July 9, 2014
On April 30th, Dave Johnson published an ISHN blog post entitled, Can the safety and health profession survive the demise of the middle class?1 I was curious about the question and offered the following response.
June 2, 2014
Gary Keller provides insight into how leaders can draw upon a natural rhythm within us to implement our ONE Thing and achieve extraordinary results. These are purpose, priority, and productivity.
Ask yourself the “Focusing Question”
May 1, 2014
Did you reflect on the “six lies” between you and success I wrote about in April ISHN pgs 18-19?
Life’s lies that lead you off the path
April 1, 2014
With organizations reducing the size of their workforce and the continual march of Baby Boomers into retirement, those remaining are finding they are not only doing their job, but also tasks of their departed co-worker’s job.
It’s an examination in self-reflection—for both top leaders and employees
March 4, 2014
My friend and colleague, Dan Rockwell, introduced his blog followers to a little book that will not only change your personal life, but might have a demonstrable impact on your safety program.Read More
February 3, 2014
Essentially all managers know the likelihood of going to jail for safety violations is practically zero. Read More
Once they like you, the cats you herd are good companions
January 2, 2014
Clients and students of mine ask what they need to do to one day be chosen for the ES&H vice president role. Read More
One-upmanship harms business competitiveness
December 5, 2013
Recently a colleague at my office, Dr. Ron Schulingkamp, shared a Quality Progress article entitled “Quality vs. Safety” by Mustafa Ghaleiw.
How would small & medium-sized firms comply?
November 4, 2013
OSHA is describing its I2P2 as a proactive process to help employers find and fix workplace hazards before workers get hurt.Read More
Stand up to boorish, self-absorbed arrogance
October 2, 2013
Drawing upon Dr. James’ theory (i.e., definition), I’ll take a stab at categorizing a Safety narcissist into two groups of individuals – the employee version and the safety professional version.