GIVE Respect as a Safety Leader, and You’ll GET Respect

Leadership in a safety culture must be built on mutual respect. True respect comes from the way people behave, not from titles, positions, degrees, safety officer training, or other symbols of status. Demonstrating respect for others means behaving toward them in a way that assumes they have value–that differences stem from legitimate motives, and that […]

Protected: You’ve Got Style! Understanding Safety Leadership Styles

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Protected: Why Leading a Safety Culture Matters (Pt 5): How to Begin Leading It

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Protected: Reinforcing Stop-Work Authority for a Safety Leadership Culture

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A Safety Leadership Walkthrough Tool

We’re at the end of our series on how to conduct more meaningful safety leadership walkthroughs, but before we bring this series to a close, I want to leave you with a tool that we use for conducting safety-leadership walkthroughs and that may be helpful to you as well.