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 importance of social ties (group dynamics and tribes) and how they impact organizational cultures.

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