Strategies for Reducing Uncertainty in Decision-Making

To effectively manage risk, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) professionals must understand the meaning of risk, opportunity, and uncertainty. These three variables are closely related yet different, and OSH professionals must address them together to reduce uncertainty in decision-making. What is Risk? Risk has different definitions and meanings depending on the context. A general description [...]

2022-04-11T10:04:28-06:00April 11th, 2022|Business, Leadership, Risk|

How Using Soft Skills Can Improve Workplace Safety Compliance

Organizations are making a huge shift from a compliance-driven approach to a more respectful method that uses soft skills when instructing and reprimanding employees. Managers learn these skills and practice them to form stronger connections with their teams. Leading your team in a calm and healthy manner using soft skills creates an environment of effective [...]

2022-03-03T10:57:11-07:00March 2nd, 2022|Compliance, Employee Wellbeing, Leadership|

Authentic Relationships Increase Safety and Performance

There is a significant shift in how organizations define and approach improved employee performance. Tomorrow’s work cultures will be focusing on well-being first as a catalyst to improved safety, health, and achievement. A gradual shift in business practices requires daily micropractices to produce personal transformation and lasting organizational change. One of these micropractices is authenticity. [...]

2021-11-30T12:21:28-07:00November 30th, 2021|Employee Wellbeing, Leadership|

Micropractice Leadership: Building Awareness and Promoting Psychological Safety

Leader micropractices, or micro-actions, take five minutes or less to implement. Some take no more than five seconds. Executing these small practices or actions is simple, improves connections, and makes a considerable impact on the wellbeing of individuals and teams. Even a short and meaningful “thank you” goes a long way to developing better relationships. [...]

2021-11-02T22:27:02-06:00November 2nd, 2021|Leadership|
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