Changing the Safety Culture: Safety Professional as Change Agent
Viewing the role of the safety professional as an internal consultant suggests some strategies for implementing durable change in organization's safety culture.
||Safety Professional, Total Safety Culture, Organization Development
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.151-156.
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As a Full Professor at Davidson College, I teach and do research in a variety of areas of I-O psychology and Organization Development. As President of John E. Kello & Associates, Inc., an OD consultancy, I have worked with many organizations in a variety of OD and Training & Development interventions. My work focuses on helping clients make the transformation from a "traditionally" structured organization a team-based, High Performance Organization, and helping them develop people to lead and manage such a flexible organization. I have also had extensive experience in behavior-based workplace safety, and in designing and evaluating Crew Resource Management (CRM) training programs in commercial aviation and in the nuclear industry. Recent projects include strategic planning and organizational alignment consulting with NASA's Johnson Space Center.
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