I had worked hard, doing all I could to hone the skills I needed to become truly effective in the role I held. I had really studied some of the most effective trainers, both within and outside of the behavior-based safety world, so I could excel in something that was incredibly difficult for me just a few years earlier. As I shared in the last post, it wasn’t long after I had really immersed myself in this process that I found myself traveling to facilities across North America to train other teams on the process itself and the successes we were beginning to have at my home facility.
High school educated (kinda) and in my mid 20s, regularly meeting with plant managers and their executive teams, corporate leadership, and other high falutin folks, giving them my advice on what their next steps should be to get results with their struggling behavior-based safety initiatives… I don’t remember being tagged in my senior yearbook as being “most likely”...
A monthly newsletter keeping you up to date on resources that will help catapult your personal & professional growth process!
Around the first of each month, you'll receive our complimentary Intentional Action For Ongoing Growth newsletter that's packed full of information you can build into your growth journey!
And get access to our lesson called 3 Keys to an Effective Leadership Transition just for signing up!