You are constantly on our minds. And, we would not ever expect our clients to learn and do continuous improvement without doing it ourselves. Thus, as part of our own commitment to continuous improvement, we are thrilled to announce the launch of Dr. Boyce’s new public speaking website, www.thomaseboyce.com Focusing on Dr. Boyce’s live public appearances and news, the website will keep you up-to-date on where Dr. Boyce is performing and on the latest topics in leadership, motivation, culture change, communication and, of course, safety. Let us know how we might be able to serve you better ...
The Center for Behavioral Safety is proud to announce that we will be producing a recurring series of video segments called "3 Questions with Dr. Boyce." The first session of the series can be found by clicking here. If you would like Dr. Boyce to address a specific question you can e-mail that question to email@example.com or, if you are a registered user of this site, by commenting to this post. Other videos by Dr. Boyce can be found at the following links: 1. What Would You Do? : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otn5c7ec19A 2. System Factors: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRN-Uv91Ego 3. Benefits of Positive Consequences: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcu8IGya56c 4. Safety Leadership: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E7Z3YAF5uA We look forward to hearing from you. Please let us know how we ...
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From the Admin: We have posted a video of Dr. Boyce presenting an important message about injury prevention at a recent luncheon meeting for safety professionals. While the video is informal, the message is one that Dr. Boyce felt deserved to be heard by all of those that have worked with him and the Center for Behavioral Safety or who otherwise visit our website. We invite you to consider the value of a great talk that is meant to inspire action, conveys a strong leadership and safety message, and is done by The Triple Threat: Dr Thomas E. Boyce. Please forward this video link to your Human Resources Staff, to your meeting planners and conference coordinators, and contact us to ...
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As a behavioral scientist I understand the impact of emotion on behavior. It can both enhance and inhibit. If someone is asked to do something that does not work to produce the results they expect (or have achieved in the past), they get frustrated and stop doing the behavior. On the other hand, when they are excited they can’t get enough of what excites them and related behaviors increase in frequency. When you implement a process within your more comprehensive safety program, emotions are experienced by employees. If the implementation is done correctly, you generate excitement and behavior to support the change. Employees are involved and engaged. Then, as time passes, employee involvement and excitement appears to diminish. Behavioral science helps ...
Dr. Boyce's webcast through the American Management Association, recorded on March 21, 2012, is now available as a recorded session. Entitled Mind Matters! Getting Results through Psychology, the hour long webcast takes you on a brief journey through 3 schools of psychology that can help you make an immediate difference at your workplace. If you missed the live broadcast, you can get more information about the webcast and make arrangements to listen to the recorded session by clicking on the following link: http://www.amanet.org/training/webcasts/Mind-Matters!.aspx Please also see the Psychology of Management post on our website for information on a 2-Day course that will build on the material that Dr. Boyce will only have the time to touch on during the webcast. He will ...
Mark your calendars for Noveber 8-10, 2011 for the Southeastern Regional Mine Safety and Health Conference to be held in Birmingham, Alabama. My talk, the Psychology of Safety Leadership, will be presented on Wednesday, November 9 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:20 p.m. I hope to see you there! Mention this article to me at the conference and we'll enter you in to a raffle drawing for a complimentary 2-hour on-site or Skype consultation or 1-hour presentaiton. Click here for the conference web page.
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Please read Dr. Boyce’s latest article published in a recent edition of Industrial Safety and Hygiene News. The article describes early research establishing the basic principle positive reinforcement that has become the foundation of many Behavior-Based Safety processes. Click here to be taken directly to the article. As always, contact us directly to let us know how we can be of help to you.
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The science of human behavior has a lot to say about employee motivation. For example, did you know that if you offer a reward for performance regularly at the end of the month you will get a very different pattern of behavior than if you give the same reward for the same performance at different times each month. Given that the reward is of value to the performer, in the former situation, you will see an increase in performance regularly at the end of the month. In the latter situation, performance will be more evenly distributed throughout the month. Depending on the goals you have set for your business, one pattern of behavior may be more appropriate than the other ...
Dr. Boyce's article, It's All About Them: How a Focus on Others Can Nurture Your Ability to Motivate and Inspire, has been published in Motivated Magazine. Click here to read the article and leave a comment. The article has been placed in the Lead section of the magazine which also contains a contribution by Deepak Chopra! Intended for a broad audience of people that have leadership roles, you will find Dr. Boyce's thoughts to be useful if you serve as a manager, supervisor, teacher, coach, or parent. It is also relevant for those involved in or considering Behavior-Based Safety. For more information you can correspond with Dr. Boyce directly via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the contact page of the Center for ...
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We are pleased to announce that Dr. Boyce will have an article published in Motivated Magazine on line. Notable contributors to Motivated include: Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffett, Deepak Chopra, Bill Clinton, and Steve Wozniak. We will post a link to Dr. Boyce's article once it's available. So, please be on the look out for our special announcement.
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