Event Details

Tuesday, 4 April, 2023 - 14:30 to 15:30


AIHS Member: Complimentary | Non-member $45+GST 


Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety



The Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) and Everyday Massive would like invite you to attend a webinar session on Power skills: do OHS and operational leaders have the skills to influence intergenerational teams and shape the future of high-risk work? Which will be held on Tuesday 4th of April 14:30 -15:30 AEST 

OHS teams and operational leaders are adding a suite of power skills to their development plans to ensure they can influence and motivate teams, generate-buy in, and build trust with generationally diverse workforces.

In this highly engaging presentation Everyday Massive will:

  • Explain what power skills are and why they’re important in work and life
  • Unpack the skills that underpin influence, trust, and psychological safety
  • Share what the most sought-after power skills are for OHS teams and operational leaders
  • Take delegates through a live showcase of power skills programs being delivered in high-risk industries around the world 

Learning outcomes

  • Understand what psychological safety is, and how to foster it in teams
  • Apply a practical model to influence better outcomes and generate more buy-in for safety
  • Understand how to motivate people

Event Details
Date: Tuesday 4th of April
Time: 14:30 - 15:30 AEST 
Location: Zoom webinar
Cost: AIHS Members - Complimentary | Non-members $45+GST 
CPD: 5 points 

Your Presenter:

Jen Jackson, Founder & CVO, Everyday Massive 
Jen Jackson is the founder and CVO of AFR Fast 100 company Everyday Massive — an award-winning human experience company dedicated to improving the people experience in high-risk organisations. Jen and her team work collaboratively with safety leaders across organisations including Amazon, PepsiCo, Aurizon, and Hansen Yuncken to develop safety, engagement, and leadership programs that deliver results. Jen is co-author of the book “How to Speak Human” (Wiley 2018) and is a regular speaker at WHS events and summits around the globe.