Safety Workshop | Management Leadership Workshop | Organizational Development | Safety Committee Training
Management Leadership Workshop
Time is money.
Learn to deliver better results in a shorter time with less stress and more support for safety committees. Safety Committees can be a profit center if they are established and managed properly. All attendees develop skills that can be transferred to many aspects of their lives.
Fourteen states require/ recommend safety committees, so participants have a responsibility to deliver success and results in a timely manner.
Building High Performance Safety Committees: Maximize Success & Results provides participants with specific tips and techniques to improve meetings:
Six tips for more effective committees
Ten duties of all safety committee members
Four stages of team dynamics
Five keys to agendas that deliver results quicker
Three group process techniques for 100% participation
Each of the 10 modules covers an essential competency that will make your safety team more effective and successful. Each workshop can stand-alone or you can use all ten workshops together for maximum performance impact.
The series is based on a well-researched and holistic model that identifies the competencies necessary for a group of people to work as a highly productive and cohesive team. Take advantage of this research to improve the performance of your safety teams!
1. Committing to a Safety Team Approach
This workshop will energize
newly formed safety teams by helping members explore different team roles as
well as four stages of team development. By learning through experiential
exercises about behaviors that occur at each stage of team development, members
will preempt resistance to the team approach.
2. Communicating Effectively In Safety Teams
Improve all key communication
skills within the context of achieving safety team goals. This workshop
systematically presents core communication skills such as active listening,
giving and receiving feedback constructively, and reacting to others' ideas.
3. Resolving Safety Team Conflicts
This workshop focuses on
resolving the types of conflicts that commonly occur in safety teams.
Participants determine their natural conflict management styles through the use
of the Conflict Style Inventory. They learn techniques for assessing conflict
situation and applying the most appropriate conflict management style for each
4. Creating a Shared Safety Team Purpose
The ideal starting point for
creating a fully functioning, high performing safety team, this workshop will
help team members establish a mission that can be used to guide the formulation
of goals and objectives. A series of skill building exercises will get everyone
working toward the common goal.
5. Planning for Safety Team Results*
This workshop enables safety
team members to set goals and objectives that are in direct support of the
team's purpose. Team members will learn to compose goals that are supported by
specific measurable objectives.
6. Making Safety Team Meetings Work*
Meetings are the hub of team
communication and decision-making. This workshop addresses why safety meetings
should be called, how to prepare for them, and most importantly, how to conduct
7. Evaluating Safety Team Performance
This workshop provides safety
team members with an analytical framework for thoroughly evaluating nine
critical dimensions of Team effectiveness. Participants will gain a clear
understanding of their team's strengths and weaknesses, and will develop a
process for improving team performance.
8. Making Safety Team Decisions by Consensus
When working in safety teams,
it is critical to make decisions that all team members agree with and support.
In this workshop, team members learn four basic decision making approaches and
identify why consensus decision-making is most beneficial in a team setting.
9. Solving Safety Team Problems
In order for safety teams to be
successful, they must be able to solve everyday problems decisively and
effectively. With this workshop, teams will learn to do so while working on an
actual problem the team currently faces. By the end of the workshop participants
will be ready to implement solutions.
10. Utilizing Safety Team Members' Abilities
This workshop provides a
framework by which safety teams can identify individual team members' strengths
and reorganize to more efficiently achieve team objectives. Teams complete this
training by developing an action plan to implement improved utilization of team
human resources. Uses DISC Inventory.
2-day workshop (all modules)
1-day workshop (“a la carte”- select modules--#5* and #6* required)
Call us today (407-291-1209) to schedule your workshop
and bring efficiency and
results to your safety teams!!!!!