Articles by Scott Geller

What am I supposed to do?

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Effective performance objectives should include safety
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Not another performance appraisal!

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Scores and rankings won't help safety.
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Selling your people on change

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Helping your people deal with change will lead to more participants and less resisters.
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We all want to make a difference

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Employees really do want to participate in your company's safety process and to play a role in keeping coworkers safe.
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Psychology of safety

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Fear appeals can be powerful vehicles for conveying a safety or health message, but we need to understand what makes these messages effective.
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Psychology of safety

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Can we scare people into working safe?
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Psychology of safety

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Do you try to influence self-efficacy, response-efficacy, and outcome-expectancy to improve safety in your workplace?
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Rewards & threats: Handle with care

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We continue to practice the more inconvenient but safe way of doing something either because someone is holding us accountable (behavior is still other-directed), or because we are holding ourselves accountable (the behavior has transitioned to self-directed).
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Lessons from the presidential election

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Let’s examine this remarkable connection between a momentous political event and industrial safety.
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To sustain safe behavior

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This is one of safety’s ongoing challenges: How do you sustain safe behavior without constant supervision?
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