Listen in as we continue our exploration of the 8 Beliefs of relationship centred safety leadership.

 

This, is the Safety on Tap podcast.

 

I’m your host Andrew Barrett, and 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!

 

Since last episode, we’ve achieved another pretty great milestone here at Safety on Tap, by launching Safety on Tap TV! We’ve heard your feedback, that long-form audio doesn’t suit everyone who is thirsty for growth fuelling ideas, perspectives and stories, so enter Safety on Tap TV! This channel is in addition to the podcast which I will continue to deliver to your ears weekly, the TV channel is again an experiment in engagement – it’s short form, it will be a mix of me to camera, other visual content better shown than described, and might even include live interviews.  But I need your input – and it will be really easy for you to get what you thirst for.  You just need to tell me about the #1 challenge you face at the moment – that’s it! And I’ll take all that feedback and that will inform what we cover on Safety on Tap TV.  The best way to let me know the answer to that one simple question, is to send me an old fashioned email – andrew@safetyontap.com, the reason why it’s old fashioned is because it’s 1:1 and I actually respond, not a robot or some random person in another country.  So let me know what your #1 biggest challenge at the moment is, and we’ll create thirst-quenching growth-fuelling content together.  andrew@safetyontap.com

 

Last week on Episode 28 we began exploring the 8 Beliefs of relationship centred safety leadership as proposed by our guest Rosa Antonia Carrillo.  I wanted to make sure this wasn’t just a bullet point skim through, so it turned out that we needed two episodes to cover it all in more detail, which in my mind is still not enough.  If you haven’t already, I suggest you go back and listen to Episode 28 before this one, just so this makes sense in a logical order.  Or do it backwards, or even listen to it in reverse, like some people did listening to Beatles records, and you might find some eerie prediction of death or other interesting things to come that none of us have yet discovered.  I’ll leave that to you.

This episode we cover off the remaining four beliefs:

People will speak up to stop an unsafe situation if it is in their interest.

Relationships influence emotions, feelings and beliefs. These, in turn, influence the decisions that impact safety decisions.

Our judgments prevent us from seeing the complete truth.

Drift from procedure is normal and a positive human adaptive behavior.

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