Culture and leadership go hand in hand, especially when it comes to investing in safety. But the reality is that most safety leaders haven’t been taught the fundamental soft skills needed to lead effectively. And the implications for safety performance, compliance and reporting are concerning.
So, what does strong and effective safety leadership look like?
Join experts from Sentis on September 9 at 12pm AEST to explore the eight fundamental competencies required for strong safety leadership and where to focus for the greatest return on investment.
- How leadership links to safety climate, behaviour and performance
- Cross-industry benchmarks for safety leadership
- A scientifically-validated model for safety leadership
- Data and insights that build the case for safety leadership investment
Sentis CEO, Anthony Gibbs
As CEO, Anthony is responsible for leading Sentis on its mission to
change the lives of individuals and organisations for the better
every day. He has worked with thousands of people, across hundreds
of organisations globally, to develop safety culture solutions that
support strategy and enable the person component to reach its full
Anthony has been committed to the application of psychology to enhance human performance for over 15 years and his background as a psychologist managing addiction and chronic mental health treatment facilities has informed his cognitive-behavioural insight. Regarded as a dynamic facilitator and keynote speaker, Anthony has presented globally on safety, leadership, wellbeing and organisational performance