Safety Leadership for the Hybrid Workforce
Today’s hybrid work environment has altered the traditional employee-manager relationship. Leaders can no longer rely on in-person interactions to know how their employees are feeling and performing in their roles.
How are great safety leaders adapting to ensure a physically and psychologically safe work environment for their people?
- The most important skills a safety leader should develop to effectively lead a hybrid workforce
- Why emotional intelligence and empathy can be more important than strategy and processes when managing employees
- Applying the SCARF model to stimulate meaningful conversations with your direct reports
- How over-communicating can help you identify and support employee needs
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