This invite-only master-class will focus on a key frustration for many leaders who are exploring Safety II – the limitations of traditional metrics and the reluctance of many of the people around them to abandon the comfort of numerical goals and metrics.
John will discuss the effect that metrics and goal management can have on performance. He will talk about ways to build goals and metrics that make sense to those being measured, and will provide examples of how this has been done by others.
He will also talk about how organisations can create environments where it is okay to experiment, and to sometimes fail. This includes the role of trust in building a psychologically safe workplace, and how this links to motivation.
Numbers are limited. Places will be allocated on a first come, first-served basis.
About Dr John Green
Dr Green has 38 years’ experience working in industrial health and safety. He is recognised as a major force for change in how industrial health and safety is delivered.
He is currently the Director HSE for Battersea Power Station Development Company which is responsible for the iconic £12 billion mixed commercial and residential project in London – the world's largest private mixed development.
Dr Green has held Executive positions with Motorola, British Airways, Alfred McAlpine and Laing O'Rourke. At Laing O’Rourke he was central to translating Safety II concepts into initiatives that significantly reduced injury rates at the firm’s Australian business.
He holds qualifications in Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Management, Risk Management, Change Management, Psychology, Law and Philosophy.