How the mindsets of leaders shape their organization’s safety culture
When companies reach the stage where people are the key enabler for advancing the HSE culture, leaders often struggle to influence behaviors and mindsets that make a difference. What type of mindset is mostly present and perceived in your surroundings? What are the impact on the safety culture and performance?
Safety is a conviction
InTense helps organizations make powerful safety and health culture shifts with the right Mindset to credibly convey this in how people feel, think and act!
Vaccinating the organization against safety risks
Some say that the Covid-19 has permanently transformed how we work. When the vaccination finally arrives in the market, what is urgently needed, is some other kind of vaccination against the safety risks that organizations may or may not have noticed. Leaders within the organization nowadays find themselves confronted with two possible syndromes that are threatening the health and safety culture as the foundation for the business operations: a paralyzed workforce or complacency.
COVID-19 puts safety in companies under great pressure
It has been almost a year since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of the world. With enormous consequences every day, both for people personally and for the companies that many of them work in. Less mutual contact, social distancing, less attention to each other. Add to this the stress that COVID-19 brings in the home situation and an ultimate cocktail of danger is in the making.
How does the brain learn?
The brain is a huge amount of nervous cells, called the Neurons. A Human Brain has 100 billion of these amazing cells, which communicate with each other by sending electric or chemical signals, creating a dense network of string trails. This communication between brain cells are called synapses, and it is now known to shape our brain, and modify our physiology. However, we can reshape our brain, as well as rewire our own chemistry.