Managing for Safety and Risk Effectiveness
An effective leader instills and facilitates psychological safety which enables everyone to be effectively heard. A complementary technique is safety management by walking around. In addition to leaders, teams benefit from safety management systems (prescribed methods) and standards (set by non-governmental entities). True learning organizations that learn from their mistakes benefit greatly from these strategies.
- Explain the need and benefits of psychological safety,
- Describe how a true learning organization functions,
- Compare and contrast a safety management standard vs. a safety management system,
- Defend the greater benefits of effectiveness over efficiency as it relates to safety and risk.
Safety and Risk Management
Managing People and Risks