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Transcript of SAFETY LEADERSHIP
The demonstration of active commitment to safety so that people in the organization correctly perceive leadership’s sincere concern for the safety and well being of all.
Felt Leadership is:
VS Invisible Culture
Policy: Lock out all equipment before working on it.
Invisible culture (Norms)
Why is felt leadership
In the past two weeks at work:
-What did you do to set a good example of safe behavior for employees?
-What more could you have done to set a good example relative to safety behavior?
What are the Characteristics of Felt Leadership?
Practical ways to demonstrate
Felt Leadership in Safety
1.Be visible to the organization
2. Be relentless about spending
time with your people
3. Recognize your role
as a teacher/trainer/coach
4. Develop your own safety skills and pass them on to the organization
5. Behave as you expect others to behave
6.Maintain a self-safety focus
7. Confirm that safety is a priority
8. Accept nothing less than total commitment
9. Show a passion for achieving ZERO injuries, illnesses, incidents
10. Celebrate and recognize
* Strong personal involvement
* Setting an example
* Building of urgency, accountability, willingness
* Setting high standards and expect no less from
* No tolerance for unsafe acts
* Helping others to stay safe
* Do as you say or “walking the talk”
Felt leadership is the demonstration of the ability to influence peers to be safe through:
Identify 2-3 things that every supervisor should do to
demonstrate their safety leadership and commitment of Safety
In your table groups
Coaching moves people from
Guidance, support, and feedback about performance
Rewarding aspect of your leadership
Help us attract, develop, and retain high-performing talent
Unlocking other people's potential to maximize their own performance
Coaching is not a transaction but a relationship. It requires commitment and follow-up to continue to build skills
Coaching requires movement – present state to desired state
Share own thoughts, feelings, and rationale to build trust
Provide support without removing responsibility to build ownership
“Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.”
Safety Action Plan
A Continuous Improvement Process
Are the areas of improvement clearly identified?
Do you have very specific, actionable things to do?
What resources will you need; do you know how to find them?
Do you have a timeline for action?
Do you have a follow-up plan; to help ensure that what you intend to get done actually gets done?
This two-word sign was on the desk of Rudi Giuliani, mayor of New York City during the 9/11 attacks. His leadership philosophy was that accountability started with him.
Lets use this example of leadership for safety excellence, let it start with each of us, every day as we are all
Committed to ZERO.
Everyone’s Accountable, all of the Time
Don't argue or defend yourself
Give concrete suggestion or recognition/ encouragement
Pause for clarifying questions or response
Thank the other person.
Acknowledge the other person's point of view. Consider whether/ how you can apply the feedback
Why are we having this workshop?
Provide DuPont Pioneer supervisors with tools to effectively lead and advance our safety culture.
Workshop for leadership & employees
Better understanding of
our safety culture
Clear understanding of your role
and required leadership behaviors
Shared understanding of what it takes to lead and manage safety
Personal safety action plans
- Workshop Purpose
- Core Value Contact
- Introductions and Check in
- Safety Culture
- Our Journey to improvement
- Felt Leadership
- Effective Coaching
- Personal Safety Leadership Plan
Power to create change
Coaches can create CHANGE in the safety culture:
1. Engage: Create open Dialogue, be present
2. Stimulate: Encourage collaboration, creativity
3. Energize: Discuss safety with a passion
4. Challenge: Motivates, strive for safety excellence
It is ok not to when:
- In a hurry
- Routine task of short duration
- I’ve done this 100 times
- Exposure will be very short
Status are those things to which we give importance
Recognize and reward behaviours and accomplishments you value
Taboos are behaviour that are not acceptable or tolerated
Rituals are those interactions that go on regularly and frequently
What do you expect to learn from this workshop today?
Is there anything standing in the way of your full attention today?