On behalf of the Safety Institute & the Pacific Institute, we invite you to take part in our next webinar which will focus on Making Safety Personal.
What if ……
We could build an internal mechanism within every individual that automatically led to better decision making around personal and team safety?
Within the context of your policies, procedures and systems all individuals at all levels were self-directed and fully accountable?
We could develop sustainably positive attitudes and beliefs around safety to make it truly personal as well as collective?
We could create a “want to” rather than a “have to” safety culture? This session explores the application of the latest research in the cognitive and neuro-sciences to building leadership and accountability around safety within each individual at all levels of an organisation. Making safety personal is not about organisations giving up responsibility for ensuring a safe working environment with safe work practices, it’s about creating a mindset within each individual that ensures adherence to those agreed work practices by developing a self-image as a safety professional in all aspects of their lives.
Date: Tuesday 6 February 2018
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm ( AEST)
Cost: SIA Members
Format: Webinar – login details will be emailed two days prior to the session.
* Please note a recorded copy of the webinar will be distributed to all registered participants 3-4 days after the webinar
Insights will be provided in the session on how you can develop:
- An internal mechanism within you that leads to better decision making around safety personally and for your team
- A self-image as a disciplined professional that role-models good safety practices and behaviours.
- Individual confidence to influence upwards, to challenge peer pressure and to seek support when necessary.
- Resiliency in the face of high workloads and resultant stress.
Alex Paizes, Project Director, Pacific Institute
Alex is experienced in delivering facilitated workshops, team interventions and Executive Coaching in areas including leadership development, culture and change management, team building, team effectiveness, vision building and strategy planning and implementation. His focus is on increasing the capability and performance of leaders and their teams.
Alex’s consulting experience is complemented by his previous employment in an Executive Management at Director level with a large, international insurance company, where his responsibilities included development and implementation of strategies for growth, customer retention and service excellence, identifying and developing emerging leaders and in the development of succession planning strategies.
His experience in The Pacific Institute’s full range of global consultancy services has focused on organisational leadership, culture and performance and includes working in the transport, utilities (electricity and water), major ports and bulk, oil and gas regulation, mining, private sector correctional services and court/prison security and transport service sectors.
Gary is regarded as a global thought leader in the development and application of the cognitive and neurosciences to safety leadership in high-risk environments and is a member of The Pacific Institute’s Global Research and Application Committee that ensures that his coaching and customised curricula are aligned with the latest peer-reviewed research.
Gary’s consultancy experience in the private sector is complemented by his previous government roles between 1997-2003 as Director General of Transport (WA), Assistant Director General of Education (Qld), Executive Director (Transport Infrastructure) and Executive Director (Office of Road Safety).
Having completed the Harvard Leadership Action Learning Program, Gary brings a case study perspective and a rigorous approach to his coaching and action learning styles.
- 6 February 2018
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm