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Using Harvard Professor John Kotter's pioneering work on how to make smart change happen faster and better, Colin has practical steps you can take to win hearts and minds on your culture change journey....

With poor attitudes yet very strong influence - well poisoners lurk in every organisation, ready to undermine your positive culture change efforts. So how can you deal with them? Steve shares his thoughts on where to begin. ...

Your safety message is more convincing when delivered by people who've lived it. Mark Ormond explains why. ...

Our recent webinar on sustaining the culture change process (now available on You Tube, much to my chagrin) prompts me to consider the importance of nurturing the observer/coaching team that underpins the whole system. OK so you’ve set up a state of the art culture change...

It’s easy to feel blinkered by financial troubles during this period of economic uncertainty. As downsizing and rationalisation dominate headlines, job security fears can distract your attention at the expense of safety. “When money’s tight, management focus on survival. Staff numbers are cut and those left...

Let’s face it: no one looks forward to tackling unsafe behaviour with their workmates. It’s a daunting task. Particularly if you’re the person in charge of it; as Julie Pollard, behavioural safety lead trainer at Fox’s Biscuits, reveals: “I've always thought of myself as outgoing and...