Harvard Belief Based Safety Leadership Master Class
Belief Based Safety Leadership™ addresses the barriers to the achievement of a 'true safety' culture that can exist at the corporate, team and individual level - namely beliefs, expectations, habits, attitudes, values and efficacy.
While each Belief Based Safety Leadership program is customised to meet the unique needs and goals of the client, the core element is The Pacific Institute's world-famous leadership and personal development curricula, Investment In Leadership Excellence (IILE) and Investment In Personal Excellence (IIPE).
Developed over a 45-year period and based on social cognitive psychology, IILE and IIPE emphasise the process of creating new habits, beliefs, attitudes and expectations that drive higher performance and results.
Both personal and leadership mastery and strategies are covered in depth enhancing the ability of leaders to create internal commitments to a safety culture.
The Pacific Institute defines a 'true safety culture' as an unrelenting commitment to safety at the corporate level while making safety personal at the individual and team level.
The core objective of Belief Based Safety Leadership TM is to develop individuals who are independent, self-directed and accountable within the context of organisational or company values, policies and procedures.