The Safety on Tap podcast is for leaders (yes, that's you!) wanting to grow themselves and drastically improve health and safety along the way. We bring you free-flowing ideas, perspectives and stories from interviews with only the most interesting people - to help you take positive, effective and rewarding action. Nice!
Ep169 The single purpose of anything new, with Andrew Barrett
The purpose of introducing anything new is NOT to have it perfect first time. In fact, the results you get might not even be great, just average, nothing to write home about.
The ONE SINGLE UNIVERSAL purpose of introducing anything is to create the conditions so the right people say "yes, let's do that again".
That's how starting something once turns into real change.
Ep168 Mental Health Strategy, with David Burroughs
Mental health is important enough to need a strategic approach, not just tactics. In this wide ranging conversation, David Burroughs and I explore his deep experience in mental health strategy.
David Burroughs is an experienced psychologist, with many years of consultancy and strategic leadership in the area of mental health and illness at work. And he spent an hour with you and I talking all about it.
Ep167: What could we learn from 1000? with Andrew Barrett
I am setting a goal to enable people like you to plan and implement 1000 learning teams in organisations just like yours, and this is your invitation to be part of it.
Learning teams, as they are referred to in the context of health and safety, are both awesome and problematic.
They are awesome because those of us who plan, facilitate, teach/coach/enable learning teams or anyone who has participated in them know their value.
Ep166 Will 2021 be any different? With Andrew Barrett
This episode was difficult to create. What can we take from a year like 2020? What hope do we have for 2021? It turns out that the question becomes the answer, and the silver lining appears.
Ep165: True but Useless, with Andrew Barrett
What does it mean if something is True But Useless at the same time? It happens more often than you think.
This one started because I thought, wouldn't it be interesting to reflect on the most popular episodes from the past year? That could be interesting, right? The image on the thumbnail for this episode, which you can see if you visit safetyontap.com/ep165, is a graph of the podcast downloads.
Ep164: Fail, with Andrew Barrett
Here at Safety on Tap we're starting a new learning teams implementation case study group soon, and I'm looking for five people to join. If you have been thinking about getting learning teams started in your company, then we will make that happen if you are ready to start. It's called learning teams implementation, because that's what we do - not theory,