Operations

June 29, 2016
COO Shares His Safety Leadership, Culture and Performance Journey at Seaway Heavy Lifting

COO Shares His Safety Leadership, Culture and Performance Journey at Seaway Heavy Lifting

Catalysing People to be Safety Leaders: A Personal Journey from Feeling Like a Prisoner to Being a Champion of IIF. What Does it Take to Stay True to Your Courageous and Uncompromising Commitment to Safety?
May 11, 2015
Video: Operations Manager’s Safety Leadership Journey

Video: Operations Manager’s Safety Leadership Journey

Alan Palmer, Partner at JMJ Associates, recently spoke at the annual OilGasDenmark safety conference in Esbjerg, Denmark. In the first section of this talk, Alan explores some new ways of seeing key challenges the oil and gas industry faces today. He shares how a few key approaches and ways of thinking can be applied to engage with these challenges in new ways.
September 9, 2014
Addressing the 3 Biggest Challenges to Creating Strong Turnaround Safety

Addressing the 3 Biggest Challenges to Creating Strong Turnaround Safety

There is a great sense of fulfillment for the leadership when they realize they are influencing the culture (rather than at the influence of it) and they believe the results they desire are achievable. For many organizations, the relationship to their facilities’ turnarounds are, ‘let’s just get through this and try not to get anyone hurt.’
June 17, 2014
Creating a Legacy: Coaching Leaders to Achieve Lasting, Exceptional Organizational Performance

Creating a Legacy: Coaching Leaders to Achieve Lasting, Exceptional Organizational Performance

People laughed when someone in our workshop said he didn’t want the project to be remembered—projects tend to be remembered for all kinds of bad things or things that go wrong.
February 28, 2013
The Three Guidelines to Maximize Your Conversational ROI

The Three Guidelines to Maximize your Conversational ROI

Whether in business or in our personal lives, when we make an investment, we want a good return. It is easy to know whether we’ve made a good investment–if we put in $100 and get $175 back, we’d most likely declare this a good Return on Investment (ROI).