“Behavioral Minute: Behavior in High-Hazard Environments”

To keep people working safely, particularly in high-hazard environments, behavior at all levels of an organization is critically important. However, the impact of leadership behaviors does not always match up with its intent. Leaders themselves are also often left in the dark when it comes to near misses or injuries. In this latest installment of ADI’s Behavioral Minute, David Uhl shares best practices for ensuring that you don’t become an “Undercover Boss” and are instead, aware of problems and available to help direct reports determine the best solutions.

Source: Aubrey Daniels Institute

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