Leadership & CultureYour organizational culture and the commitment of your leadership to your employees form the foundation for employee well-being, an engaged energetic workforce, effective safety programs, and the overall success of your organization
- Do managers and supervisors lack basic leadership qualities or skills that you would like modeled?
- Are you interested in creating a culture for a great place to work? Have you ever considered that safety, wellness, and leadership development are the pillars for such a place?
Think about it. Effective safety and health initiatives do not occur in a vacuum. They need the leadership and culture that supports engagement innovation and creativity.
Dimensions will work with you to establish such a culture, and in the process, not only enhance safety and health, but also lead to a flourishing, thriving, and prosperous workforce and organization.
All series are designed to meet the organization and leader needs. A 2-hour introductory seminar is also offered and will provide the basis for creating the Integrative Leadership Model. All sessions are offered in person or via webinar.
- Leadership 101
- Enhancing Emotional Intelligence for Leading in 21st Century Organizations
- Developing Leadership Skills for the Occupational Health & Safety Professional
Companies with highly engaged workforces realize:
- SAFETY: 48% fewer incidents
- QUALITY: 41% fewer defects
- RETENTION: 25-65% less turnover
- PRODUCTIVITY: 37% less absenteeism
- PROFITABILITY: 147% earnings per share performance in relation to their peers
(Source: Gallup research)
Here’s the thing, engagement doesn’t result from occasional team building exercises, company picnics, or forming an engagement committee. Instead, it builds from everyday work activities and the social work environment. It’s the culture and climate that matter. Engagement results from leadership qualities and employees knowing that they are valued and respected, that their contributions matter, and that they have a voice.
The Three Essential Pillars for Organizational Well-Being and creating a great place to work are:
- Create a safe environment
- Focus on well-being
- Develop leadership character.
Here’s the thing, employee well-being and organizational well-being are inextricably connected. The bottom line is that people and context matter.
wellness and safety as business strategies
Fostering employee engagement, improving morale, and providing purpose & meaning, impact both individual and organizational well-being. In order to create thriving organizations and individuals, components that address these key issues must be a goal of the next generation of worksite wellness and safety programs. Un-engaged and unsatisfied employees utilize more health care dollars, are absent more often, injured more frequently, suffer more lost workdays to recover from injuries or illnesses, and are generally less productive.
ISO 45001 follows in the footsteps of ISO’s other management systems approaches, such as ISO 14001 (environment) and ISO 9001 (quality). It also takes into account other International Standards in this area including OHSAS 18001. There are many reasons to consider ISO 45001 certification.
Achieving certification is a process that will create a culture of safety, involve all workers, and establish an effective health and safety management system:
- A Focus on Leading Indicators Rather than Lagging Indicators
- Collaboration and Engagement Between All business Functions
- Every Worker – Which Includes All Management – Has Responsibility
- The Context of the Organization is a Key Component and Must Be Considered
- Safety is elevated to the C-Suite
Contact us for information on the benefits of certification and our implementation process
voluntary protection program (VPP)