Building workplaces where safety is "who we are"
Moving culture in desired directions can be one of the most challenging tasks facing an organization. Underlying values, norms, and attitudes often stymie improvement and bring cynicism to new approaches. But when organizations and leaders have a clear view of what they want their culture to be, an objective and data-centered view of their culture’s present state, and a comprehensive plan to bridge the gap, they then have the ingredients for developing a culture where “safety is who we are.” Our clients that have taken this journey see:
- Engaged employees that proudly “own” safety for themselves and their coworkers
- Decreasing injury rates and the elimination of exposures for long-term success
- Improvements that extend beyond safety (e.g. reduced absenteeism, increased productivity, higher job satisfaction)
- Energized leaders that adopt transformational leadership best practices in support of safety
- Strengthened work relationships that thrive in a feedback-rich environment