Reward and Recognition in Safety
How to Drive Improved Employee Safety Performance

In this full-day interactive workshop, we’ll uncover the psychology of influence and explore leadership techniques that drive positive team attitudes and behaviours through conscious reward and recognition strategies.

How conscious are your leaders of the safety behaviours they actually reward? According to a recent study of 8212 participants across heavy industry, 89% of workers report that their leader struggles to display effective recognition for strong safety performance. Ineffective recognition can have unintentional consequences and drive unhelpful safety behaviours that put workers at increased risk. This session will explore the concept of effective recognition and how to leverage intrinsic motivation to create long-term, positive safety culture change.

Session Outcomes:

  • Explore the importance of recognition in influencing the behaviour of employees
  • Learn the basics of how to recognise others effectively
  • Understand the inherent challenges in most reward and recognition systems and how to overcome these
  • Learn how to build intrinsic motivation within your team for improved safety performance

Instead of just being an informational session, we’ve designed this workshop to be interactive, highly practical and outcome driven, ensuring that you’ll leave the session with key strategies that you can implement from the moment you step out the door.

In order to give you the personalised support you require to drive positive change across your organisation, we’ve had to keep spaces limited—so early registration is highly encouraged.

Masterclass Details

Date: Wednesday 22nd April, 2020
Location: Pullman Quay Grand, Sydney
Program start: 8:00am
Program end: 4:00pm

Cost: $500 + GST (Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and all Program Materials included)

* This masterclass requires a minimum of 12 participants. If minimum numbers are not met, this event may be rescheduled or refunded.


Pullman Quay Grand, 61 Macquarie Street, Sydney

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