#26 EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION – WHAT MAKES A GREAT BOARD OF DIRECTORS (PART 2)

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bonuses

This is Part 2 of a 3-part series into What Makes a Great Board of Directors Who Lead From Their Heart. Today we look at TWO QUESTIONS that a great board of directors would consider when setting the annual bonus and designing executive compensation schemes so that it drives the right behaviour and has a positive impact on safe & healthy outcomes in their business.

#24 WHY COMMON SENSE IS NOT THAT COMMON IN THE WORKPLACE

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workplace behaviour

The old adage, “common sense is not that common”, is well and true, but I want to remove it from your vocabulary all together. In its place, I ask you to think about how you might be influencing workplace behaviour by what you demonstrate to others is a priority to you. In this video I’ll give you 3 questions you can ask yourself to assist in this process.

#23 Where to Start With Safety Performance Indicators

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lead and lag indicators

When it comes to health and safety reporting there is no blanket template. All businesses have different needs, and you want to make sure to be monitoring what matters to your business. The key to your reporting should be to give you confidence that you’re controlling risk and highlight how health & safety activities are creating value in your organisation. Today I break down the purpose of lead and lag health & safety performance indicators, and how each of them should be used in your reporting.

#22 How To Lead Like Paul O’Neill

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Alcoa

In his 12 years as CEO and Chair at Alcoa, Paul O’Neill increased annual net income by five times, its market capitalisation by $27 billion and led to the company becoming one of the best performing stocks on the Dow Jones Index – he attributes all the success to a focus on workplace health & safety and I’m going to share with you how he did it.

#21 How to Influence Others (Think Win/Win)

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Influence people

This week I’m using Stephen Covey’s strategy ‘Think Win/Win’, to show you how you can have greater influence over others without relying on your job title or your role in the organisation.