You’re probably thinking, “Awesome! I want to be a great leader! ” But how are you going to do this? Let us take the initiative, together, and learn how to strengthen the skills and abilities that you might already have! Strengthening these skills will improve your safety engagement and Safety Leadership overall.
You might be surprised to learn how adjusting your leadership skills can improve your company in a variety of ways but it truly can. Many researchers and studies have proven that getting leadership involved in your safety program can make a huge impact.
Here are a few things you will take away from this infographic about 7 attributes of a great safety leader.
1. Leadership isn’t about being in charge.
2. Try different approaches.
3. There is always an opportunity to grow as a leader.
Still not convinced? Did you know that employees are more likely to engage in their safety training if leadership is involved? They want to see that the people signing their paychecks actually care about them.
Old school leadership might talk about being strong and in charge but truly your employees want to see you on their level from time to time. They want to see that you understand where they are. You might get on their level by adding a short video to your training or visiting them on the job site.
This can look like spending a day with them in the field or pulling them into the office for 15 minutes so they can provide feedback. These simple acts can make a huge impact. The impact will be positive to your productivity, engagement, and profits. So today is the day you want to get your leadership involved. Download this infographic and share it with your leaders.