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Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I’m sharing one of my models on the steps towards excellence in individual performance. As always, customization is a critical first step to ensure sustainability; so take these ideas and make them fit your group. You can either watch the video ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Lodi, California. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in my column for Canadian Occupational Safety in November 2011. It was titled “10 Questions To Ask About Your Safety Programs”. The published article ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Soda Springs, Idaho. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the November 2011 edition of BIC Magazine. It was titled “Ten Years Since 9/11: Searching For Proactive Heroism.”. The published article can ...
Hello all, recording this podcast while in Philadelphia Pennsylvania at the 2011 National Safety Congress and Expo. I’m sure you will all agree that we all appreciate positive feedback, if only we would give it more often. The goal of this podcast is to hopefully and sincerely provide you with thanks ...
Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I’m sharing strategies on how to develop and the key considerations when deciding to carry out self-observations. This can be a great supplement to a Behavior-Based Safety process, or simply as an effective self-coaching tool. As always, customization ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Anchorage, Alaska. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the October 2011 edition of EHS Today. It was titled “Safety Measurement: The Dysfunctional Big Picture”. The published article can either be ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the October 2011 edition of BIC Magazine. It was titled “Becoming a L.E.A.D.E.R.”. The published article can either be found at www.BICALLIANCE.com ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Monaghan, Ireland. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in my column for Canadian Occupational Safety in October 2011. It was titled “Safety Ideas: To Share or Not to Share?” The published article can ...
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while working in Menomonie, WI. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the September 2011 edition of BIC Magazine. It was titled “Five Steps to Sustainable Safety Culture Excellence”. The published article can ...
Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I’m sharing an exercise that I’ve led with thousands of people to self-discover how to move from being perceived as a cop in safety (safety police) to a coach (safety coaching). As always, customization is a critical first step to ensure sustainability; ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Spokane, Washington. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the August 2011 edition of Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine. It was titled “Roles in Safety: Often Misunderstood, Rarely Descriptive”. ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Plover, Wisconsin. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the August 2011 edition of EHS Today Magazine. It was titled “Establishing a Sustainable Safety Culture”. The published article can either be ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Denver, CO. For the podcast this week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in the August 2011 edition of BIC Magazine. It was titled “Policing for Results Leads to Management by Voodoo”. The published article can either be found ...
Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I’m sharing a vital methodology used by many global organizations, to help improve the performance of critical employees at any level of the organization. As always, customization is a critical first step to ensure sustainability. You can either ...
Greetings, this podcast was recorded while working in Topeka, Kansas. This week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in July 2011 in my column in COS Magazine, it was titled, “Public Praise and the Dangers of Demotivation”. The article can either be found by visiting the magazine’s ...
Greetings, this podcast was recorded while working in Soda Springs, Idaho. This week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in June 2011 in my column in BIC Alliance, it was titled, “Deciding To Be the Best Starts With a Few Simple Questions”. The article can either be found by [...]
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in St. Louis, Missouri. This week I’d like to share an article I wrote, published in April 2011 in my column in BIC Alliance, it was titled, “Executive Decisions: Enabling or Hindering Safety Progress”. The article can either be found by visiting the ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in St. Louis, Missouri. This week I’d like to share an article I wrote, published in April 2011 in my column in BIC Alliance, it was titled, “Executive Decisions: Enabling or Hindering Safety Progress”. The article can either be found by visiting the ...
Greetings all! For the video podcast this month, I’m sharing a story of how my perspective was changed. This reinforced my desire to help others change the lens in which they look at life through. This is critical for self-discovery, which is vital to true performance excellence. You can either ...
Greetings, this podcast recorded while working in Toronto, Canada. This week I’d like to share an article I wrote that was published in June 2011 by Canadian Occupational Safety. It was titled, “Passionately Proactive: A Pleading Call To Action?” The article can either be found by visiting the ...
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