Safety Changemaker: Culture ~ Rosa Carrillo with Edgar Schein and Sidney Dekker (Part One)

In this episode, Rosa Antonia Carrillo is joined by friends Ed Schein and Sidney Dekker to address questions from our EHS Professional members regarding "Safety Culture". We kick off the discussion by asking: How useful is the concept of “Safety Culture” for accident and disaster prevention? Check out Rosa’s new book “The Relationship Factor in … Continue reading Safety Changemaker: Culture ~ Rosa Carrillo with Edgar Schein and Sidney Dekker (Part One)

Take 3 | Season One

In this season of “Take3”, we share a series of 3-minute audio clips of chats between influencers Tamara Parris and Rosa Antonia Carrillo about how relationships build our safety culture, and about Rosa's new book, “The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership,” which is expected to be released May 2019!Please subscribe in the “sidebar” of this page to get … Continue reading Take 3 | Season One

Safety Changemaker: Leadership ~ Rosa Carrillo, Edgar Schein and Sidney Dekker (Part Two)

Join Rosa Carrillo, Ed Schein and Sidney Dekker in Part Two of our discussion where we are answering questions from members of the EHS Professionals group. This time, we talk about leadership -- how can you lead people in ways that are deeper than just "managing by the numbers"? In this episode, we examine the … Continue reading Safety Changemaker: Leadership ~ Rosa Carrillo, Edgar Schein and Sidney Dekker (Part Two)

Safety Changemaker: No Further Harm ~ Mark (Marcus) Mann

In this episode I will be interviewing member Mark Mann, of Sound Predictions, about his career, rise to success and the topic of workplace violence. Mark has a recently published book “No Further Harm: A Purely Predictable Path” which is available on Amazon. Mark is a thought leader in crisis management, predictive violence, leadership and team … Continue reading Safety Changemaker: No Further Harm ~ Mark (Marcus) Mann

Safety Changemaker: Building Psychologically Safe Work Environments ~ Rosa Carrillo 

  Rosa Carillo In this episode I will be interviewing Rosa Antonia Carrillo, the founder of Carrillo & Associates, about how relationships help build psychologically safe work environments, and Rosa’s new book “The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership” which is on Amazon. Rosa is a thought leader in transformational leadership and team development.    Please … Continue reading Safety Changemaker: Building Psychologically Safe Work Environments ~ Rosa Carrillo 

RELATIONSHIPS BUILD YOUR SAFETY CULTURE – “People are not machines”

In this season of “Take3”, we share a series of 3-minute audio clips of influencers Tamara Parris and Rosa Antonia Carrillo discussing the topic of how "Relationships Build your Safety Culture", as well as Rosa's book, new book “The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership” which is on Amazon. Please subscribe in the “sidebar” of this page to get an … Continue reading RELATIONSHIPS BUILD YOUR SAFETY CULTURE – “People are not machines”

Reflection Questions: Inclusion and Psychological Safety’s impact on the Role of Relationships in Safety Performance

After listening to the audio podcast and video clips on my  book “The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership”,  I'd like to hear your thoughts on these reflective questions. Reflective Question 2. Is it new to you that feeling included and psychological safety impacts safety performance?  If it is not new to you, how did you … Continue reading Reflection Questions: Inclusion and Psychological Safety’s impact on the Role of Relationships in Safety Performance

Reflection Questions: People’s Performance on the Role of Relationship in Safety Performance

Rosa Carillo After listening to the audio podcast and video clips on my book  new book “The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership”, I'd like to hear your thoughts on these reflective questions. Reflective Questions: Do you believe it is true that people’s performance is influenced by the expectations we have of them? Have you found yourself … Continue reading Reflection Questions: People’s Performance on the Role of Relationship in Safety Performance