Safety & Teamwork
Primal Safety: A Gut-Level Approach Using Emotional Intelligence to Enhance Your Safety Program
This program caters to the “highly independent” alpha males in the construction industry. Brent demonstrates how a simple focus on emotional competencies can turn your safety program around. By tapping into the emotional part of safety, your employees will naturally work safer, instead of rebelling against rules and policies. The business will reap the financial benefit of them doing so, allowing the company to build a well-respected reputation around this increasingly important metric. The issue isn’t about your people knowing the safety guidelines; it’s about being motivated to actually follow them. This program provides that motivation.
Teamwork and Trust
One survey states that there are only two occupations with a lower level of trust than contractors: television evangelists and used car dealers. Brent’s Teamwork and Trust presentation focuses on the root cause of mistrust in the construction industry and how to break these patterns to improve and protect your company’s reputation. Participants will learn what differentiates a group from a team and a team from a high-performing team. They will also learn team dynamics and how to overcome team issues that lead to failure.
Tightening Up the Ship: Using Relationships to Increase Quality and Productivity
When you run a tight ship everyone works together, following the captain’s orders. While this is the ideal way to run a company, it is not often the reality of what takes place. This program focuses on the relationships between managers and employees and how to improve these relationships and improve quality and productivity. Brent teaches the techniques behind tightening up your own ship by tightening up the relationships and communication that exist within your company.
Talk It Out: Communication and Knowledge Sharing
Knowledge is any company’s most valuable resource. Brent will teach participants how to tap into this reservoir of knowledge and utilize it fully within an organization. Find out how to create learning organizations where employees will share best practices, cross-train, and rely on each other for answers to tough problems.
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