Change Management: Making It Happen as an EH&S Agent of Change

Credit: 1 Day / .7 CEU / 1.0 IH CM Points #07-3859 / .44 CHMM CMP
Description: As a safety professional, you have been identified as the individual responsible for creating, building upon, or achieving a safety culture change or effecting other changes to make the safety effort within your organization more effective. You are recognized by your organization as a change agent and play an important role in its overall management. There are tools and models for change management that can help you take this responsibility to the next level of achievement. In this seminar, you will learn to further define your role as a change agent and strengthen your safety and health efforts in the individual, team, and organizational dimensions of your company.

Learn to
Recognize and understand the various stages of change that people, team and organizations transition through
Identify acceptors, adopters, and resistors, and leverage them to move your program forward
Apply some of the current change theories and how to adopt them to ES&H work for greater effectiveness
Recognize your personal strengths and challenges and how to use this realization to increase the success of your work
  Instructor(s): Katherine A. Hart, EdD, CSP, Principal Consultant and Founder, K.A. Hart & Associates, Alameda, CA