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This webinar will present some of the latest thinking on risk management around building teams, defining goals and behaviours, measuring performance, understanding reasons for failure, having conversations, and understanding implications and causes of catastrophic failure.
- Highlight the importance of team member characteristics & their consequences.
- Explore what can happen when organisations focus on what, not how to perform activities.
- Illustrate how best to direct and assess team performances across multiple levels.
- Introduce the five most common reasons for failure.
- Provide an understanding on how best to improve performance.
- Present evidence on leadership failings and their link to poor performance
Tuesday, 28 November, 2017 - 12:30 - 13:30
John Huckstepp has built up a career across higher risk organisations and now provides training, consultancy and authoring services to a variety of organisations facing different types of risk on how to maximise performance, increase capability and reduce risk. He has published a number of articles in this business critical area.
He is a Specialist Fellow of the IIRSM, a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, and a Technical Member of IOSH. He holds a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management, but has also studied extensively in Business Excellence and Applied Health and Safety. His experience includes rail, manufacturing, gas, chemical, energy, and the public sector.
His research in the field of Leading and Managing teams combines practical experiences across a variety of sectors with project work in the UK, Western and Eastern Europe, Africa, America and the Gulf States with academic research from Harvard Business School and Health & Safety Laboratories.