Leading with Safety

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 30, 2005 - Science - 304 pages
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Building on years of research and experience in the field, Leading with Safety redefines organizational safety as an activity that both leads other performance areas and in turn must be led. Thomas Krause poses the question, "What does it take to be a great safety leader?" — and answers with a comprehensive new model for understanding safety leadership as it affects organizational culture and safety climate. Leading with Safety defines the practices, tools, and systems essential to creating an injury-free workplace, including the role of employees at each level, special considerations for coaching the senior executive leader, and the two crucial aspects of human performance that every leader needs to know. Ending with inspiring real-world examples or organizations that have put these tools into practice, Leading with Safety is written for any leader who wants to lead with safety toward a more robust, productive and effective organization.

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Section 1 The Organizational Safety Model
Section 2 The Safety Leadership Model
Section 3 The Leaders Role Understanding two crucial aspects of human performance
Section 4 Engaging Employees
Section 5 Applications

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Page xix - This page intentionally left blank Acknowledgments This book is the result of a long research process.

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Thomas R. Krause, PhD, is Chairman of the Board and cofounder of Behavioral Science Technology, Inc. (BST), an international performance solutions company based in Ojai, California.

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