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Change your culture without having to overhaul your staff or break your budget. No culture is ever too far gone to be able to reorganize it and change it. Whether you want to increase production, improve safety, engage employees or build morale, we have a solution for you. Organizational culture change, including safety culture change, starts here. Read more at www.culturecheckup.com or call 775.232.3099.
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Unable to spare the time or resources for one of our comprehensive face-to-face workshops? Relax! We have created a short self-paced on line over view of our popular Motivating Safety at Work course. This Udemy course, complete with over 30 minutes of video instruction; and supplemental materials, supporting documents, and a quiz is available conveniently and on demand. For a limited time (and only with the link found here) this course will be offered at an introductory price of $49. If you or those you work with have not had a BBS refresher within the last year, or want to better understand how to apply the Science of Behavior ...
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We are pleased to announce that we have posted a new video on our website entitled: "Why Zero Injuries Does NOT Always Mean Your Worksite is Safe". Find out what others just like you have discovered that is helping them remove the biggest barrier to safety improvement. This program is exclusive and will not be made available to everyone. Contact Dr. Boyce today at email@example.com to find out if your worksite qualifies and to schedule your private on-site version of our "Zero Injuries" program.
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We wanted to remind you that our next Motivating Safety at Work session, Motivating Safety for Construction, is to be held in Foster City, CA on February 21, 2015. Please visit www.motivatingsafety.com for more information and to register. We look forward to seeing you there.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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Dr. Boyce will be speaking on the Psychology of Leadership at the Mt. Diablo ASTD Meeting on October 16, 2012 in Dublin, CA. You do not have to be an ASTD member to attend. For more information and to register please click here. Dr. Boyce will also be facilitating a 2-Day course on leadership in New York City on November 5 and 6, 2012. And, he will be in Los Angeles on December 10-12, 2012 to teach a Leadership Course. Please contact us directly for more information regarding these events. Finally, please click here to access Dr. Boyce's first column for Mining Quarterly. His article appears on page 15 of the e-magazine and page 11 of the printed version. To ...
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We are pleased to announce that Dr. Boyce’s article: You Don’t Have to Be an Undercover Boss (to know what your employees are thinking) has been published by EHS Today. Below is an excerpt from the article: With the recent popularity of the reality television show “Undercover Boss,” I have been thinking a lot about how communication at all levels of an organization is critical to making decisions that positively will impact your company’s bottom line. And although important, I don’t want to limit this assertion only to communication from the top reaching the frontlines in an unfiltered way. Your employees, with their real-life stories, typically make or break your safety, environmental, quality, productivity and customer service. It is for this reason ...
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Register now for Dr. Boyce's AMA course, the Psychology of Management: Why People Do What They Do. Developed by Dr. Boyce exclusively for the American Management Association, this course will change the way you manage and lead. Dr. Boyce will be teaching the first 3 scheduled sessions found here: The Psychology of Management 2012.
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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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