"Top Ten Leadership Attributes:
The Secret Sauce for Dramatically Improving Your Safety and Health Culture"
President of ClearVision Consulting
July 8, 2016
Hs Lordships, Berkeley, CA
People join companies based on their culture and work environment, while exit polls reveal that they leave due to the relationship with their bosses. Safety and health professionals know a key element for successful safety and health cultures is the combined actions and behaviors of company leaders. So what do sought after bosses and leaders who build strong safety and health cultures have in common? They exemplify specific leadership attributes each and every day. Applying research based on Gallup's employee engagement survey work and in the trenches work with managers of leading corporations, Dr. Katherine Hart will share with us her top ten leadership attributes for dramatically improving your safety and health culture. She will provide stories and examples of leaders who have put these attributes into action and brought about fundamental shifts in their work groups. Attendees of the presentation will walk away with the following:
- Specific actions they can take to implement the top ten leadership attributes
- An understanding of their personal strengths, along with areas for development
- An improvement plan for bringing about change in their work groups
- A method to measure the progress they are making
- Actions of how to engage and involve employees for increased improvement
Dr. Katherine A. Hart is a management consultant, author, speaker, and coach. Her company, ClearVision Consulting, works with company leaders to dramatically accelerate organizational effectiveness and improve human performance. She has over 25 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies, such as Genentech, Wells Fargo Bank, Armstrong World Industries, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, and GWF Power, to name a few. Katherine is internationally recognized as an expert in leadership development, culture change, and people engagement. She currently leads change efforts in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. In 2012 Dr. Hart was honored by American Society of Safety Engineers' (ASSE) Women in Safety Engineering (WISE) as one of the top '100 Women, Making a Difference in Safety.' Her doctoral research on change was forged during time spent in the capital and jungles of Laos, earning her an Ed.D. from the University of San Francisco.
The luncheon seminar will be held at Hs Lordships, 199 Seawall Drive, in the Berkeley Marina, (510)843-2733 (map). Registration starts at 11:15 am, lunch at 11:30 am, and presentation from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. Walk-ins welcome.
Please make your reservation by calling (530) 790-0432, or sending us an e-mail by Wednesday, July 6, 2016.
The cost of the seminar and a full buffet is $30. Pay at the door (cash or check) or pay online by credit card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa) through
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