Interpersonal skills to drive health and safety performance
A one-day workshop that provides learners with practical tools and skills to enhance their performance when engaging and interacting with others.
Whilst people normally have the required technical competence for their role, they often lack the softer, interpersonal skills to engage with, encourage and influence others at work.
By developing these soft skills, managers will be better placed to encourage safe and healthy behaviours among the workforce and help drive overall health and safety performance.
We offer two versions of this workshop:
- For health and safety teams
- For managers, supervisors and team leaders.
The learning outcomes are the same, but the examples used are audience-specific.
Why choose the British Safety Council?
We are one of the world’s leading health and safety organisations
Our tutors are experts in health and safety and are great facilitators
Learning is student-centred and interactive
- Communicating effectively
- Developing and maintaining relationships
- Influencing people
- Giving and receiving feedback effectively
- Managing conflict
- Making ethical decisions.
Each topic is introduced using real-life examples of where health and safety professionals, line managers and supervisors have experienced problems or challenges. Learners are also encouraged to share their own experiences (good and bad).
Benefits to your organisation
People with good interpersonal skills will help ensure communications and interactions are effective and more likely to result in improved performance.
How is it delivered?
We can visit your workplace on a date of your choice to deliver this one-day workshop.
In your workplace
We can visit your workplace on a date of your choice to deliver this workshop to up to 16 people.
Why in your workplace?
Cost-effective option for a group of learners
Expert teaching by an experienced tutor
Class discussions can be company-specific
Allows students to keep in touch with work