August 14, 2019

Don’t Let Your Job Overwhelm You

The best safety leaders aren't chained to their desks. Rather, they are present in the moment. Are you? Here's a likely scenario: You are a safety manager and have earned the reputation as a problem solver. Your reputation sets the standard of human performance factors.
August 9, 2019

Monet, Picasso and the Art of Major Capital Project Possibilities

The ever-increasing complexity of today’s Major Capital Projects requires a new era of Project Leaders. Find out what essential elements are needed for successful capital project delivery from Flo Mostaccero.
July 29, 2019

Engagement: The Importance of Listening to Employees

Leaders listen up: employees are asking to be heard. How do you gain a clear understanding of your employee's needs? It starts with active listening. For example, when managing employees, what efforts do you do to get to know them? First off, start each day by meeting the employees on their shift.
May 3, 2019

The Lost Art of Appreciation

Acknowledgement. Appreciation. Thank you. Two unadorned words that pack a punch. This powerful message of appreciation is well on its way to becoming an “unappreciated” art form.
March 5, 2019

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February 20, 2019

Safety Leadership isn’t what you know; it’s what you make happen.

Too many managers, especially those working in safety complain of being trapped in meeting rooms or behind a desk. When faced with real-world concerns, they communicate policy, statistics and too often, “corporate-speak”, but don’t provide on-the-ground leadership to make change happen.
February 7, 2019

In any successful organization leaders need to manage 3 energies

One of my most useful ‘learnings’ of late comes from the book, Reinventing Organization (2104) by Fred LaLoux. The learning is this: to be an effective leader in a successful organization, you must pay attention to 3 energy fields.
December 12, 2018
The Three Dimensional Chess of Organizational Performance

The Three Dimensional Chess of Organizational Performance

Often, getting an organization to that next level–the one where you’re not just meeting goals, but surpassing them and moving into almost unimaginable territory–can be tricky. It’s not always obvious how to move beyond business as usual, particularly when business as usual has gotten strong results up to this point.
November 11, 2018

Four Opportunities Available by Implementing an Incident and Injury-Free Safety Approach During Front End Engineering Design phase of a Major Capital Project

JMJ’s Managing consultant Andy Mais talks about the value of bringing the commitment to Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety into the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) phase of a Major Capital Project.
November 2, 2018

Fire Equipment Manufacturers’ Association Selects Fire Safety Champion for 2018 Life Safety Advocate Award

CLEVELAND , Nov. 2,2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Fire Equipment Manufacturers' Association has selected PaulMartin , Deputy State Fire Administrator with the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Service's Office of Fire Prevention and Control, for its 2018 Life Safety Advocate Award.