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!
I was asked to be a judge of these awards. I declined. Later on was asked to help present the Young Safety Professional of the Year award, by way of a video interview since the awards were virtually presented, which I did do, which is kind of peripheral to this episode, but if you stick around...
As professionals, as subject matter experts, we think we are in the business of knowing. This is one of the greatest traps we can fall into, and it blinds us to arguably an equally if not more important idea - what we don't know. And actually, we aren't at all in the business of knowing.
I talk a lot about learning because it's the key to performance improvement for all of us. Today, the previous guest Ron Gantt and I compare and contrast how each of us has been putting social and experiential learning into practice for hoards of people like you amidst the Coronavirus disruption.