What You Will Learn:
Conduct a useful and unbiased analysis of close calls, injuries, fatalities and property damage.
Coach co-workers to effectively decease occurrences of at-risk behavior and increase occurrences of safe behavior.
Apply evidence-based principles of social influence to enhance employee engagement.
Practice and teach interdependence and systems thinking to achieve synergy
Discriminate between stress and distress so you can decrease the latter
Inspire safety-related empowerment and self-motivation.
Live Virtual Classroom
Ms. Geller, graduated in 2002 and 2005 with her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Human Development at Virginia Tech. Her focus was in Family Studies, Gerontology, and Marriage and Family Therapy, pinpointing the significance of interpersonal relationships throughout the human lifespan. Her exposure to human-relations research led Krista to compare systematically the aging populations in Sweden versus the United States. In 2012, she became the People-Based Safety (PBS) Global Manager for Bechtel Corporation. As a PBS teacher, coach, and consultant, Krista helped employees develop the competence and courage to actively care for the safety of themselves and their co-workers. She travelled worldwide to assist in adapting the PBS process to various cultures, languages, and work processes. She recently published two books co-authored with her dad; Actively Caring for People’s Safety: How to Cultivate a Brother’s/Sister’s Keeper Work Culture and 50 Lessons to Enrich Your Life: Proven Principles from Psychological Science. Her mission: to inspire people to take the time to actively care for the safety of themselves and others.
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