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Get Your Diploma of Professional Coaching
Comments           Learning & Change
Get Your Diploma of Professional Coaching (10439NAT)
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Persuasion is Inevitable
Comments           Learning & Change
I have studied with L. Michael Hall and found this article on persuasion gave real insight into a large part of our role in WHS, that of persuasion.
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Leading – An Inside Job
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As WHS practitioners we are leaders. We lead individuals toward a personal understanding of WHS, organisations towards WHS best practice, industries to embrace WHS and finally whole countries toward no injury. Each time someone will listen we lead them to understanding.
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The Art of Communication
Comments      April 2017      Learning & Change
In May, the SIA are hosting a one day workshop on communication excellence which I will be facilitating.
Read more for the Course Objectives.
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Breakfast with Hoban
Comments      April 2017      Learning & Change
Currently I am presenting at a Hoban Recruitment sponsored breakfast that has been hosted in NSW as well as in Melbourne at the Crown
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Daylight Savings and Circadian Rhythms
Comments      April 2017      Learning & Change
Daylight savings is now across many parts of Australia, so it is perhaps timely to reflect on the effects of a shifting human circadian rhythm and the empirical link to a spike in workplace injuries.
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Connecting With People - Building And Maintaining Rapport
Comments           Learning & Change
Sensory acuity refers to the ability to notice, monitor, and make sense of the external cues we receive from the people we are interacting with. When communicating, people constantly send out unconscious external signals which reflect some of their internal processing and the state they are in.
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A Dual Focus on Hazards in Safety
Comments      16 March, 2016      Learning & Change
It is now generally understood that there are two broad categories of hazard: - high consequence/ low likelihood hazards and conversely the lower consequence / higher likelihood ones. Each has differing origins and this is important to understand. Each requires organisational focus, though what constitutes the focus and how that focus is maintained will be somewhat different.
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Four Levels of Listening
Comments      16 March 2016      Learning & Change
Continuing on the communication theme here is a framework for the levels of listening we can employ when engaging with people in our daily lives. As you read through these it might be helpful to think about the interactions you have had over the past few days and recognise which level you tend to utilise the most.
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Why don’t people understand me?
Comments      16 March 2016      Learning & Change
When we are in the process of inviting people to get involved in safety sometimes it seems like we are speaking a completely different language – and the truth is……we are!
In communicating our ideas, thoughts and preferences to another and receiving theirs, the messages are always filtered and contaminated by our models of the world, the way we play our movies in our head.
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