JOIN US for part 1/4 of our “4 Pillars of a Safety Program” Webinar Series.
January 19, 2021 at 9:00 AM EST
Strong company culture is important, notably as it relates to safety. Make sure you don’t overlook it. Register Below!
Emotional intelligence is an essential skill for business leaders today, especially those who are navigating a team through the uncertainty of our current COVID-19 era. Whether you’re looking for a better way to manage employee experience or want to further improve safety in the workplace, Jason Spector will discuss with Scott McKenna what you can do now to improve company culture on January 19th at 9:00 am.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss what you can do to create a successful internal culture including:
- Identifying weak spots in your culture that can create workplace hazards.
- Determining where you fall within the company culture spectrum.
- Learning what EI/Empathy is and how specifically it affects your workplace.
Register to join this discussion by filling out the form below!
Jason Spector is a 25-year veteran educator and coach. Jason has extensive experience in Social Emotional supports, Culture building and Mindset coaching. Fifteen years ago, Jason Co-Founded an organization that cultivates cultural empathy within groups and organizations. Jason’s work for the past two decades has connected to all facets of society around empowerment, human connection and peak performance. Jason has a Masters Degree in Coaching, he is certified as a Mindset Mastery Coach as well as a Culture of Care Trainer. Jason’s unique knowledge and experience offers a broad range of value to many individuals and groups in a wide variety of spaces. Along with his favorite role of being a father and husband, he is also extremely passionate about Performance Psychology, Teaching, Wrestling, Mixed Martial Arts, Bodybuilding, Emotional Agility and Empathetic Conditioning. His mission is to teach others how to wake up energized, show up ready for anything and drive home fulfilled.
Scott McKenna is the President of Catamount Consulting of New York. He is a certified instructor with the Mine Safety Health Administration, and an OSHA Certified Construction Trainer. He has over 15 years of experience in the mining and construction industries and is active in the Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association among others. He has authored or contributed to several published articles on construction and mining safety and lectures on a regular basis to a wide variety of business and safety professionals. Mr. McKenna is also a certified trainer or instructor in a broad range of disciplines.