Date and location
22 March 2016, Radisson Blu Hotel, Manchester Airport, Chicago Avenue,
Manchester, M90 3RA
What does it mean to lead? What does it take to be an effective, inspirational and competent leader for health and safety? How can you reflect on your own leadership style and move your organisation towards becoming an exemplar? There are a variety of terms that are used to describe the best leadership style: transactional, transformational, mindful, and resonant, to name a few. But what do these terms mean and which is the best?
HSL are running a one day event on leadership, with the aim to equip delegates with some of the latest theory and research on key health and safety leadership styles.
What will the course cover?
- Defining leadership
- Consideration of where leadership fits in with health and safety management, becoming a high reliability organisation and safety culture.
- Introduction to HSL’s models of leadership: including a model for health and a model for safety
- Tips on the competencies of supervisors including interpersonal skills, the importance of unconscious bias and how to tailor communication to effectively influence others
- Time for reflection and peer/expert advice on how to improve your own leadership style and drive forward leadership within your organisation.
Who should attend?
This event is for anyone with senior health and safety leadership responsibility, i.e. health and safety managers and directors.
Further information and booking
A full programme and online booking form can be found on the Leadership for Health and Safety event page. Alternatively, you can email HSL Training or call 01298 218806.