During more than 20 years of implementing supervisor leadership training, the authors have identified 15 leadership skills that improve safety performance in the workplace. The top five skills for motivating a group toward a common goal are:
1) Giving positive recognition.
2) Building teams.
3) Setting team goals.
4) Keeping score publicly.
5) Positioning supervisors as trainers.
In Part I (Feb. 2012, pp. 59-63), the authors addressed two of those skills: giving positive recognition and team building. Part II covers the remaining three skills—team goal setting, public scorekeeping and the supervisor as trainer—discusses skills certification and highlights a successful implementation.
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