Leading a Culture of Health & Safety Excellence


Leadership /

Leading a Culture of Health & Safety Excellence

Target audience: The Board or senior executive team, managers & supervisors

Length: Minimum 1 day

Format: Use of theatre highly recommended

Super objective: To explore the importance of leadership in the creation of a culture of health and safety excellence and examine what it takes to be an engaging leader.

Description: On the journey to creating a culture of health and safety excellence, the importance of effective, engaging leadership is clear. Without committed, determined people at all levels of your business, efforts will lack clarity, direction and intensity. And yet many managers do simply that… manage. They do not lead and so others do not follow. There are hundreds if not thousands of leadership theories and models in the world… this no-nonsense programme cuts through the white-noise to look at leadership in a practical, hands on way which your managers will be able to relate to and act upon.

Content / Format:

  • The difference between management and leadership
  • The attributes of a transformational leader
  • Building relationships based of trust and respect
  • Coaching skills
  • Communicating the right messages
  • The importance of active listening
  • Dealing with difficult conversations
  • Questioning at-risk behaviours
  • Influencing upwards in the organisation
  • Seeing people as a solution to the problem rather than a problem to control
  • Values and ethical boundaries
  • Being visible and accessible
  • Leading by example
  • Using positive reinforcement to drive desired behaviours
  • Understanding culture and how it drives behaviours
  • Getting your culture right
Juice Health & Safety Portfolio

At Juice Learning we’re helping organisations progress from their procedure-heavy, compliance-led approach and supporting them in creating inclusive, values-driven cultures where everyone is empowered to challenge the status-quo and make a positive contribution to improving safety.