This lesson will look at how different leadership styles can influence behaviour in safety and how we can shift people from a HAVE TO to a WANT TO mindset.
We’re delighted that such a globally respected professional body like IOSH have formally approved this course. This is still the only Behavioural Safety Leadership Programme that has full IOSH certification.
On successful completion of this programme, all necessary training materials including ppt slides and other useful resources are provided to enable you to deliver similar programmes within your own organisation or to your client base.
For those that would like a recognised Behavioural Safety or Safety Leadership qualification, this is the course for you.
Some recent feedback from this course
“We both had this buzz of energy and excitement about the course and the future direction of our training. The teaching methods and theories that we learned….We just did not want the course to end!
Kenny – Safety Professional, Paramedic and Business Owner
“The course was absolutely fantastic! I hammered it out in a day whilst my advisor spaced his out over 3 – 4 sittings. The course was full of useful videos from the trainer, TED Talks, presentations and assessments at the end of each section to verify learning and understanding. The course has inspired me and revived my love for health safety and changing behaviours. I would absolutely recommend this course to anyone who is short of time (and budget) to be away from the office”
Mandy – Safety Professional
“Excellent course all round. Highly recommended to all those who want to make a positive impact in safety”
Lawrence – Front Line Leader
“I’ve learnt so much from this programme, really looking forward to sharing my new knowledge”
Unwana – MSc Graduate and Business Owner
Culture can be defined as “the collective values, attitudes and beliefs that effect the behaviour and performance of individuals at all levels”. Or, “The way we do things around here”. Safety behaviours and performance will be determined by our culture.
Meaningful engagement unlocks discretionary effort. It is a key component of Servant Leadership and critical to influencing behaviour is safety. This lesson looks at how we can do this better.
Accidents are rarely due to one human failure. It’s usually a combination of many failures throughout the leadership chain. This lesson explores how disasters occur and how to stop them.
There are different types of human failure, this lesson highlights each category and explores what can be done to minimise them.
This lesson will explore some of the ways that behaviour changes. We need to understand this if we want to change people’s behaviour in safety.
This lesson will describe the differences between Conscious thought and Sub-conscious thought and highlight their relevance to behaviour.
Self-determination theory focuses on supporting intrinsic motivation in a sustainable way. It helps us understand WHY people do things and then HOW we can change critical behaviours in safety.
The way we communicate can have a huge impact on behaviour. This lesson will look at three key words and how best to deploy them for maximum impact on safety performance
Incentivising performance usually leads to all kinds of unwanted behaviours. This lesson will highlight the many perils of incentivising performance.
ABC Analysis provides the cornerstone of successful behavioural safety programmes throughout the world. This lesson highlights how we can use this model to first analyse and then change behaviours in safety.
Effective Goal Setting is an important part of driving performance. In Performance Psychology we have developed ways of driving success which is much more sustainable than the traditional SMART target approach. This lesson looks at some of the best ways to set goals for optimum and sustainable high performance.
It’s important to make sure that our learning sticks and becomes embedded throughout our organisation. This lesson identifies the most effective ways of doing that.
This test is to be done online and by the individual who has conducted the course. You are allocated 45 minutes to complete the test which must be done under Examination conditions.