DOC vs COP: Do Your Leaders Coach for Performance or Police for Compliance
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World-class organizations are realizing the importance of focusing on performance and not just results when it comes to operations. One of the best ways to put this approach into practice is to take a hard look at how you approach safety performance.
Although there will be times when there is a viable need to discipline unsafe behavior and actions, the important consideration here is to look closely and reflect on where your pivot foot is. Does the approach of your organization emphasize a "doc" approach or is the organization leading with an unbalanced emphasis of being a "cop"? How can you change your pivot foot and strike the right balance?
Join us for an in-depth webinar and you will learn:
- Differences between the "doc" v. "cop" approach
- Specific characteristics, using practical examples from the workplace, of a "cop" approach and of a "doc" approach
- Why the doc and cop approaches are not necessarily exclusive and are more a matter of deciding which will be your company's pivot foot
- How can you assess whether your existing program is "doc" or "cop" based
- The key elements of a "doc" approach-based safety program, and how you can begin to establish a safety program based on this approach
- How to communicate the two approaches to senior management so it becomes clear why the doc approach may be beneficial to long-term safety performance improvements
- How can you generate support for your doc-based program from all levels of management, especially employees and supervisors
- Strategies for coordinating with and involving the union in your doc-based safety program
- How to measure performance benefits of your doc-based safety program
- The best ways for keeping the newly established doc-based safety program fresh, fully embraced at all organizational levels, and successful
- How can you identify and evaluate resources to help you implement your doc-based safety program
About your presenter:
Terry Mathis is the founder and CEO of ProAct Safety, an international safety and performance excellence firm. He is known for his dynamic presentations in the fields of behavioral and cultural safety, leadership, and operational performance, and is a regular speaker at ASSE, NSC, and numerous company and industry conferences. He has been a frequent contributor to industry magazines for more than 15 years and is the coauthor of STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence (WILEY, 2013).
Mr. Mathis is a veteran of over 1600 safety, culture and performance improvement projects in 39 countries and 21 languages, and has personally assisted organizations such as Georgia-Pacific, Herman Miller, AstraZeneca, Wrigley, ALCOA, Merck, Rockwell Automation, AMCOL International, Ingersoll-Rand and many others to achieve excellence.
EHS Today has listed Mr. Mathis three consecutive times as one of "The 50 People Who Most Influenced EHS" from 2010 to 2013. SlipNOT's safety blog claims he "sets a new standard for safety success in the corporate world." Attendees at public safety conferences say he is "one of the best presenters in [the] past 3 years" and had "one of the best practical, grounded safety culture presentations. . . ever seen." He has presented more than 40 webinars and podcasts, published more than 45 articles, and spoken at hundreds of private and public events.
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