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Change Management Workshop for Safety Professionals and Practitioners (Safe...

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Level 10, 10 Barrack St (02) 8234 6888

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Note this event is also run in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Hobart. Refer to separate Eventbrite ads for registrations.

Safety Professionals and Practtioners (Specialists) are change agents. You create change at all levels of the organisation. At an individual level, you influence personnel to change the way they work. At a business level you change the way the business unit operates and at an organisational level you change the way the organisation carries out its business. In addition, you need to be aware of and be able and willing to discuss the safety impact of proposed changes initiated in other parts of the business.

Key Learning Objectives

By attending this workshop, Safety Specialists should improve their understanding of and effectiveness in implementing and leading change. Specifically, you should be able to:

  • Describe your safety leadership role as a Change Agent;
  • Describe the characteristics of successful and unsuccessful change initiatives;
  • Apply several commonly used organisational change approaches to your change initiatives;
  • Explain the integrated, systems nature, of organisations and how the importance of identifying the impact of change on all organisation systems — avoid or reduce “unforeseen” consequences;
  • Describe why employees resist change, how this is normal human behaviour;
  • Explain strategies to overcome change resistance;
  • Design, implement and review change initiatives;
  • Use a variety of tools and techniques such as consultation and key stakeholder analysis, that help facilitate individual and organisational change;
  • Apply your personal skills to influence change,

and have reviewed a change initiative against workshop learning.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of Safety Specialists and associated professionals responsible for creating individual, work unit and organisational safety change.

This workshop can also be tailored and provided in-house.

Course Outline

Safety Specialists as Change Agents

  • Role of Safety Specialists in organisational change:
  • Creating and managing change
  • Influencing change that impacts on safety
  • Understanding of the impact of change
  • Supporting and preparing for impending changes
  • Critical factors in success of change

Organizational Change

  • Understanding why in excess of 50% change efforts fail fully meet expectations.
  • Recognising that change is made by people who adopt new attitudes and behaviours.
  • Understanding the holistic nature of change - that a change in one area must have an impact elsewhere.
  • The importance of aligning changes with culture
  • Strategies to identify the consequences of change
  • Popular change models that focus on the organisation

Why People Respond the Way They do to Change

  • Identifying and appreciating the reactions to change
  • Understanding the emotional reactions to change
  • Applying strategies that help personnel change:

Change Agent Leadership

  • Preparing for change
  • Understanding yourself and change
  • Change Management techniques
  • Building support
  • Influencing responses to change
  • Change monitoring and feedback
  • Change leadership skills

Reality Check

  • Review changes/a change happening in your organisation and evaluate it against workshop learning.

Post Workshop Follow-up

Approximately 1 month after the workshop we follow up with participants on their Action Plan progress.

What you get

Training Manual: You receive a comprehesive training that provides in depth information on material covered in the workshop. If preferred, the training manual is available in soft or hard copy.

Resources and Reference Guide: A Resource and Reference Guide provided as an addendum to the training manual .

Workshop Length

A 2-day workshop for 6 to 20 participants.

Unless otherwise advised, each day commences at 9.00am and finishes at 5.00pm and is inclusive of:

  • Morning Tea
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon Tea

Cancellation, Transfers and Refund Policy

A minimum of 6 of registrations is required for this course to go ahead. The maximum number of registrations per workshop will be 20. Delegates will be advised as soon as we reach the minimum number and the course is confirmed. In the event of cancellation, delegates will be advised 5 working days before the workshop is due to commence.

Click on the following for our full Cancellation, Transfers and Refund Policy

Questions can be directed to:

Trevor Strother

Telephone +61400624593 or

Email: trevor@safetyx.com.au

Web page www.safetyx.com.au or www.safetyculturedevelopment.com.au


Your Facilitator

Trevor Strother

“You can facilitate workshops in my region anytime” Drilling Superintendent,

“Best workshop I’ve ever attended” Safety Leadership Workshop Participant

“That information helped me at home with my family” Safety Leadership Workshop Participant

is typical of the feedback Trevor receives from workshop participants.

For the past 15 years Trevor has been facilitating safety change internationally through worksite consulting and facilitating workshops. His philosophy is that people learn behavioural skills through experience so his workshops always involve active participation.

He has facilitated safety leadership workshops in North and South America, UK and Europe, Asia and the Middle East as well as in Australia. His guestimate is that he has had over 4000 workshop participants during that time. Companies he has deveoped and facilitated workshops for include the exploration arms of ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, Petronas well as for international oil and gas drilling contractors such as Ensco and Seadrill. Within Australia companies have included Santos, Rio Tinto, McDermott’s and Worley Parsons.

Overall, Trevor has over 30 years’ experience in organisational change including holding executive leadership positions.



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