|Date:||Wednesday, 5 Oct 2016|
|Time:||7:00 pm to 8:00 pm (6:30pm for registration)|
|Venue:||Room PQ304, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Organizer(s):||HKARMS and HKIE-MMNC|
|Co-Organizer(s):||Health, Safety and Environment Office of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Supporter(s):||IMechE, FOSHA, SRSO; IOSH (HK), ASME,|
|Speaker:||David Turberfield, ERM, Partner|
|Contact Person:||Vincent Ho|
Success in delivering significant improvements in performance depends on the extent of antipathy in the organization towards the status quo. A real desire for change is critical for the successful deployment of improvement initiatives, but is not sufficient in itself. The right intent, with the wrong approach, consistently leads to disappointing results, frustration for those engaged in driving these initiatives and often cynicism amongst those targeted by the effort.
This discussion explores how to create deep collaboration focusing on building capacity to deliver and sustain change within an organization. It presents an approach that recognizes the need for leaders down the line to understand that the arrangements they have established for managing the safety of their people are sub-optimal (where this is the case) and that enhancing the status quo requires them to alter their own approaches. It focuses on engaging front line leaders, takes account of the criticality of their role in directing the behaviors of those who are accountable to them and provides leaders with the motivation and the skills for powerful engagements with their people.
|Remarks:||The event is free to members of organisers and supporting organisations. Enrollment is on a first-come first-served basis. Members register on-line will be acknowledged automatically. Information collected here will be used solely for the administration of this event.
CPD certificate will be issued to members of the organisers and supporting organisations.
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