Health and Wellbeing at Work Conference
On Thursday 18th March between 4:50 and 5:20pm UK time, Satarla CEO, Dr Sarah Gordon, will be presenting a session on, A Culture of Swans and Elephants: An Integrated and Diverse Society.
Her presentation supports the discussion of Safety Behaviour and Culture at work, one of the topics at the Health and Wellbeing at Work Conference; the UK’s largest virtual event dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing, safety, behaviour and culture of todays workforce.
Conference information and sign up to the event can be accessed here.
Blurb for the session
How does embracing the perspectives and opinions of all of your stakeholders impact on your safety behaviour and culture? This short talk will explore how integrated risk management (including both potential opportunity and threat management) across the entirety of your organisation can help you to acknowledge your elephants (the risks we all know about but don’t talk about) and therefore reduce the number of surprises you face (black swans). A practical and case study-fuelled talk, this simple approach will help you to use a standard technique (risk management) to better listen to your organisation and therefore be more resilient in times of crisis.