Virtual Think Tank Series
Strategies to Reduce SIFs by Tapping into Human Performance, Behaviors, and Safety Ownership
Thursday, November 5, 2020 • 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM (EDT)
Join us to discuss the intersection of cognitive, behavioral, and human performance elements to improve safety culture and performance. This includes a focus on the attitudes-behavior-results paradigm, safety culture maturity model, five key leadership competencies, and organizational change framework. We will discuss ways to address these concepts as well as increasing leadership buy-in and employee safety engagement.
Eric Michrowski is a globally recognized thought leader and guru in Operational Performance & Transformations and Culture Change. A highly sought-after Executive speaker on the global stage, he has led executive training programs, coached the C-Suite, and connected with thousands of Fortune 500 senior leaders. He has been featured on TV, in articles, and Podcasts and has an upcoming ForbesBooks book to be published this year. His approach is anchored in evidence-based research and practical applications in Human Performance, Process Excellence, and Organizational Change. He brings over 25-years hands-on experience across a range of industries with a long list of operational achievements.
Dr. Madison Hanscom uses her expertise in organizational science to diagnose problems and build solutions. With years of experience in applied research, Madison uses her knowledge in statistical and methodological training to design and administer assessments in the areas of organizational culture and operational excellence. Madison enjoys translating data for practical use and working with clients to create better workplaces.
Dr. Josh Williams has partnered with clients around the world to drive increased discretionary effort and improved strategic execution for over 20 years. This includes Safety Culture Assessments and Human Performance implementations. He’s the author of Keeping People Safe: The Human Dynamics of Injury Prevention and co-editor of Keys to Behavior Based Safety. Josh also has more than 40 book chapters and articles in leading publications and has done numerous podcasts on ways to improve organizational performance. Josh received the Cambridge Center National First Prize for his research on behavioral safety feedback and earned his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Virginia Tech.