Employees make choices every day that impact the safety of themselves and others. The most powerful influence on those choices is the leader, who must inspire safe behavior in employees through their consistent actions. After five years of research, Caterpillar statistically validated exactly what those actions are and how to measure them. To be an effective safety leader requires mastery of four core domains and fourteen elements. The most effective leaders create a strong culture of accountability; develop meaningful connectivity with those they lead; demonstrate credible safety consciousness; and build trust amongst their team.
Attendees will receive 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) upon completion.
Participants will learn how to begin fostering and measuring these leadership behaviors personally and across their organization.
Who Should Attend
Leaders, Influencers, Supervisors
Meet Your Instructor
Kelly Scott, Caterpillar
Kelly Scott has 18 years of experience in consultative selling and account management experience across diverse industries including IT, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, and public sector. Her customer-first approach is driven by a passion for problem-solving, collaborative solutions, and a perpetual growth mindset. Since joining Caterpillar Safety Services, she has helped many customers overcome organizational challenges by fostering growth and excellence through employee engagement, process improvement, and leadership empowerment. Her dedication to steering positive transformations, resulting in sustainable successes, highlights her commitment to making a positive impact on lives.