Join us on 12 August for a webinar which will discuss " Cultivating Safety Leadership through a Mindset of Curiosity & Commitment" presented by Ashley Hunt, Co-founder, Datadrivesinsight Longitudinal research has shown that there are four intentional states required for effective safety leadership.
This webinar will explore the first two intentional states, Commitment and Curiosity, from both a practical and theoretical perspective. It all starts with Commitment. A leader needs to be genuinely committed to both safety and performance and work tirelessly to engage others in this same commitment. The leaders in our sample all had the best of intentions when it came to safety. Yet our research and field experience has shown that few leaders truly understand and embody a high performing commitment.
This session will explore this concept and challenge your own safety commitment, enabling you to create an even more high performing commitment for yourself, your organisation and even your loved ones. A committed leader also needs to be Curious, curious to genuinely learn ‘what they don’t know,’ and be open to all perspectives. Unfortunately, psychology tells us that humans are very poor listeners, impacting our ability to demonstrate effective Curiosity.
This webinar will explore how to be more curious and share some examples of how Curiosity unlocked organisations from their ongoing challenges to transform both safety and production.
Date: Wednesday 12 August 2020
Time: 14:30 - 15:30 (AEST)
Format: Zoom Webinar - Login details will be provided 2-3 days prior to the event
Cost: AIHS Members $20+GST | Non-members $65+GST
Ashley Hunt, Co-founder, Datadrivesinsight
Ash Hunt is co-founder of Datadrivesinsight.com. His background is in counseling, family therapy, critical incident response and high-performance coaching.
He’s worked as CEO for a significant WA Org Psych company, was an Associate Senior Consultant for one of the world’s best Safety Transformation Organisations over a 7 year period, and co-founder and Director of Veraison for the past decade.
His qualifications include; Bachelor of Arts Psychology, Bachelor of Social work, Masters of Systemic Family Therapy and Masters of Business Administration.