One of the biggest fears I hear from CEOs that I work with is,
“I don’t want to be caught off guard – to not have seen it coming [a fatality or serious injury or illness] – and to know I should have done more.
This is a legitimate fear, the fear of the unknown, the fear of not doing enough, the fear of public outrage that has ruined many a career before them.
But to those leaders I would say, there is a framework, or as I call it, a blueprint, for leading safe & healthy work, it’s not complicated but no one teaches you this in an MBA or other professional development training for leaders.
Today I’m going to give you behind-the-scenes strategies that I use to coach CEOs and Managing Directors on leading safe & healthy work, including:
- How to demonstrate their commitment to safe & healthy work
- Critical behaviours for building and strengthening trust
- The degree of oversight they need to lead safe & healthy work and comply with their obligations
- How to determine their critical and strategic health & safety risks
- How to reverse engineer their vision to build a suitable WHS roadmap
- Critical roles & responsibilities to deliver and lead safe & healthy work
- The forums and frameworks they need to share knowledge and collaborate
- The key components and concepts of a WHS management system and their role in its implementation
- AND How to find the right balance between reward & recognition and consequence management.
Be sure to download your FREE COPY of my CEO Blueprint that goes into more detail.
When you finish watching, I’d like to know,
Out of all those components, which areas would you want further training in? Or more knowledge of?
Leave a comment below and let me know.
Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply. Your story and/or thoughts may lead to someone’s meaningful breakthrough and it all contributes to this audience knowing What to Ask, and When to Act #knowWTA
Important: share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments. Links to other posts, videos, etc. will be removed.
Thank you so much for adding your perspective to the conversation!
Thanks for reading!