Not so long ago, in episode 110, my conversation with Ron Gantt uncovered an interesting idea, which we wanted to experiment with. This is the idea, and I want you to be part of it.

Hey, it’s Andrew, and this is Safety on Tap.

Since you’re listening in, you must be a leader wanting to grow yourself and drastically improve health and safety along the way. Welcome to you, you’re in the right place. If this is your first time listening in, thanks for joining us and well done for trying something different to improve! And of course, welcome back to all of you wonderful regular listeners.

If you haven’t already, I suggest you take a listen to Ep 110, either before or after you listen to this episode. It will make more sense in context.

The Dialogue Manifesto came about because there seems to be a problem with online interactions, even when they are comparatively good, they are still not that good.

The Dialogue Manifesto captures what we believe about this challenge, and what we can do about it.

The Dialogue Manifesto is not complicated, as you will hear, but it is different.

The Dialogue Manifesto lays out what Ron and I were thinking, which seems to resonate with plenty of people, and suggests a way you can take the online conversation offline, to create better learning.

The Dialogue Manifesto is for you. If it resonates with you, try out some offline dialogue. No one is going to do it for you. If it doesn’t resonate with you, move on to the next episode.


The Dialogue Manifesto



That is the Dialogue Manifesto. What do you think? Let me know over at

In my first ever dialogue manifesto post on Linkedin, I was looking for 4 people to have a conversation with and got 50 comments within 24 hours. People want to connect, they want to go deeper, they want inefficient and rich offline dialogue over quick, short, unengaging social media commentary.

At the end of every episode, I say the same thing. I ask, ‘what’s the one thing you’ll do to take positive, effective or rewarding action, to grow yourself, and drastically improve health and safety along the way?’.

Today, I don’t want to leave it open. I want you to start some offline dialogue. The Dialogue Manifesto will help you. Grab a copy at




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