Learn how to implement a team-based process that enables all members to be responsible to the safety process. In five easy-to-read chapters, behavioral-based safety expert Scott Geller explains the function of teams. He identifies and defines seven types of teams your organization can use to implement behavior-based safety and explains why two of them are essential to any organization. Geller then guides you step-by-step through the team building process. He addresses reasons why groups make risky decisions and what happens when teams do not work well. He also details how to build team cohesiveness using the qseven Csq of building a trusting culture and the four stages of team development. This book contains dozens of easy-to-reference checklists, assessment tools, diagrams, definitions, and cartoons that aid in understanding of the principles and procedures.Team-building sessions can be conducted with the sole purpose of restoring team membersa#39; motivation toward teamwork. ... a particular problem, b) improving the management of a team, c) restoring interpersonal trust among team members , d) clarifying role ... What parts of our team charter need elimination or refinement ?
|Title||:||Building Successful Safety Teams|
|Author||:||E. Scott Geller|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2001-01-01|