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How Leaders Define Safety Goals and Objectives

How Leaders Define Safety Goals and Objectives

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Leaders Define Safety Goals and Objectives Leaders understand the necessity of establishing general long-term goals and specific operational objectives, management sets expectations for managers, supervisors, and workers and for the...
How Leadership Affects Proactive And Reactive Safety

How Leadership Affects Proactive And Reactive Safety

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Successful Leaders are "Proactive" Don't Just React to Safety It's sad but true - some companies have adopted an approach to safety and health that emphasizes a reactive strategy. A reactive...
How Leadership Impacts The Design Of Mission & Vision Statements

How Leadership Impacts The Design Of Mission & Vision Statements

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Perception is Reality They say, "perception is reality." The employer can shape perceptions by educating employees, customers, and the public about its commitment to "safety as a core value." One...
Tough Coercive, Tough Controlling & Tough Caring Leadership Styles

Tough Coercive, Tough Controlling & Tough Caring Leadership Styles

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Leadership Styles We can associate three fundamental safety leadership styles to the effectiveness of a safety culture: tough-coercive, tough-controlling, and tough-caring. Let's take a look at each of these leadership...
How Corporate Culture Affects Safety Leadership

How Corporate Culture Affects Safety Leadership

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Leadership Shapes Culture Culture, to the workers, is their perception of "the way things are around here". That perception is influenced to a great extent by the leadership styles managers...
The Five Levels of Leadership

The Five Levels of Leadership

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John Maxwell's Five Levels of Leadership The following description of the five levels of leadership are adapted from John Maxwell's Developing the Leader Within You. It's important to understand that...
The Difference Between Leadership and Management

The Difference Between Leadership and Management

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People often mistake leadership and management as the same thing, but in essence they are very different. The main difference between the two is that leaders have people follow...

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