Course 113 Introduction to Safety Leadership

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Modules: 2
Hours: 1
Sectors: All Industries

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Course 113 Introduction to Safety Leadership

Key Topics

  • Leadership Styles
  • Levels of Leadership
  • Mission and Vision
  • Culture
  • Involvement
  • Participation

Target Audience

  • Employee
  • Supervisor
  • Manager

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Introduction

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Leadership is a relationship-building skill.

Leadership is a tough concept for some people to understand. They need to understand leadership is primarily a relationship-building skill and less importantly, a management-organizational skill. If managers and supervisors can build trust through effective leadership, amazing success can happen.

Why don't leaders succeed? They don't realize that truly effective leadership requires an "other-centered" approach when dealing with employees. To be successful in that approach, leaders must have a rather high level of self-esteem and self-confidence. Leaders must also have the vision to see how leadership affects those around them. They must have faith that when their workers are provided with the necessary tools and time to do a good job, they will.

This short course will cover these topics and much more. We'll look at the characteristics of effective leadership, including John Maxwell's Five Levels of Leadership, the Three Leadership Styles, and the many ways leaders can demonstrate leadership in the workplace.

Modules and Learning Objectives

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Module 1: What is "Leadership?"

Learning objectives in this module include:

  • Define leadership and describe how it differs from management.
  • List and give examples of John Maxwell's Five Levels of Leadership.
  • Discuss how corporate culture affects safety leadership.
  • Describe "Tough-Coercive," "Tough-Controlling," and "Tough-Caring" leadership styles.
  • Define commitment and how it is demonstrated in the workplace.
  • Discuss how leadership impacts the design of mission and vision statements.
  • Describe how leadership affects proactive and reactive safety.

Module 2: Leadership in Action

Learning objectives in this module include:

  • Describe how leaders demonstrate commitment to safety and health.
  • Describe how leaders develop goals and objectives.
  • Discuss the importance of meeting leadership responsibilities in allocating resources.
  • Discuss the successful leadership impacts involvement and participation in safety.
  • Describe how leadership serves to best identify, control, and eliminate hazards.
  • Describe how successful leadership is exhibited in training and other safety programs.

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Course 113 Final Exam

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