Last week we looked at a general principle for transferring ownership of a safety culture to the front-lines. One application of this principle is in your safety-performance coaching. You may recall that we started down the path of how to improve our safety coaching and behaviors just before the holidays, and we’re continuing that series below.
“Interference” in coaching may be defined as anything that hinders the ability of a person to make suggested performance improvements. There are a number of things that might contribute to this, and they may be divided into two separate categories: Interference that comes from the coach, and interference that comes from the performer.
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