AIHS/Lighthouse Members: $265.50+GST I Non-Member: $295+GST
Join us on Thursday 15 April 2021 for the scheduled Art of Work: Enabling people to succeed through relationships Master Class.
Safety is a social science. Therefore, transforming safety performance involves human/social systems change at the individual, group and organisational level. This master class will teach the three avenues to prepare managers safety professionals to lead organisations through these dynamic times: mindfulness, socio-tech systems thinking and socioemotional proficiency. This Master Class is a live interactive video event, with Rosa. We will use multiple learning approaches. These include short videos, role playing, presenting, small group discussions to problem solve and practice the skills being taught. You will apply the concepts and during the small group discussions, participants will share knowledge about what worked and didn’t work.
Master class participants will receive:
Presentation of themes derived from identified issues by participants
Video recording of the session
Access for six months to a master class web portal containing workshop materials and relevant case studies, change strategies, journal articles, book references, links to e-resources, and tools to collaborate with other participants beyond the master class.
Describe the role of relationships in raising safety performance and cost-benefit and how to generate it. You will also be able to implement a relationship strategy
Be able to identify the human traits that help to understand safety performance.
Begin to understand the specific types of social interactions and conditions that can create high performance.
Date: Thursday 15 April 2021
Time: 12:00 - 15:00 AEDT
Location: Webinar Format
Cost: AIHS/Lighthouse Members: $265.50+GST I Non-Member: $295+GST
*Due to the online format of the interactive workshop, numbers are strictly limited to 30 participants*
Rosa Antonia Carrillo
As a dedicated champion of promoting safety, wellbeing and inclusion in the workplace, Rosa Carrillo has devoted her career to coaching, teaching and developing leaders. She has helped companies transform their safety performance for over 25 years in oil and gas, pharmaceutical. nuclear, mining, manufacturing and power generation in multiple countries. At the core of her new book, The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership, are eight beliefs about human nature that are common to leaders who successfully communicate that the wellbeing of employees is important while getting extraordinary business results. She explains how to create and recover important stakeholder relationships by taking action based on these beliefs. Edgar H. Schein, author of Organizational Culture and Leadership and the Humble Leadership Series, commented that her book should be required reading for all leaders concerned in safety. Rosa graduated from Pepperdine University with a Masters i