Improving Safety Culture through Better Stakeholder Management

Improving Safety Culture through Better Stakeholder Management | Call to Action!As HSE people, we normally have very little position power when improving safety culture. That is, we usually do not have managerial authority over those who will be the implementers of the changes that we are looking to introduce. It is critical, then, that we understand the best tactics and techniques to use to influence these stakeholders so that they are (or more readily become) supportive of our plans.10 Things Leaders Absolutely Must Know to Plan for Sustainable Safety Culture Change

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Gene Drumm

Gene Drumm is on staff with safetyBUILT-IN and contributes to the Recordable INSIGHTS Newsletter.Gene is a recognized expert on organizational culture and performance, change management, leadership, and creating values-driven corporate cultures.Over the past 20 years he has executed culture-change projects across industries on six different continents.He has also held senior staff and line positions at Microsoft, Fujitsu America and Newmont Mining Company which were focused on implementing and sustaining strategic change.His area of specialty is resolving "culture clash" and safety-leadership culture development.


 

Gene Drumm

Gene Drumm is on staff with safetyBUILT-IN and contributes to the Recordable INSIGHTS Newsletter.Gene is a recognized expert on organizational culture and performance, change management, leadership, and creating values-driven corporate cultures.Over the past 20 years he has executed culture-change projects across industries on six different continents.He has also held senior staff and line positions at Microsoft, Fujitsu America and Newmont Mining Company which were focused on implementing and sustaining strategic change.His area of specialty is resolving "culture clash" and safety-leadership culture development.

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