Transforming safety culture is a big job. Cultures can take years to turn around and only do so with targeted investment by leaders. Executive alignment and commitment both in principle and in practice are required. But how do you build the case for change and influence up the line?
Join Sentis' Head of Client Solutions, Ben Carnell, to explore how to build the case for safety culture change, align critical stakeholders and manage common objections.
In this session you’ll discover:
• How the psychology of change influences stakeholder engagement
• How to gain buy-in from senior leaders
• How to manage common stakeholder objections or roadblocks
• A practical step-by-step roadmap for setting up a cultural transformation project for success
Meet Your Presenter
Head of Client Solutions, Sentis
Ben is Head of Client Solutions with Sentis and leads the business function responsible for overseeing Sentis’ client partnerships. An experienced Psychologist, he brings a strong background in performance psychology—both high-performance sport and organisational. He offers expertise in cultural diagnostics, strategy development, program facilitation, and leadership coaching to drive individual, team and organisational improvement. He has worked with clients across Australia, Vietnam, Oman, New Caledonia, Canada, and New Zealand in key sectors such as mining, utilities, offshore oil and gas, elite sport, defence and healthcare—including a number of ASX100 organisations. Regarded as a highly engaging speaker, Ben is motivated by the opportunity to help teams drive a stronger, safer and high-performing culture where individuals can thrive.