For Future Leaders in Safety and EngineeringYou've chosen to become a leader in occupational health and safety. Practical Leadership Skills for Safety Professionals and Project Engineers can show you how. Purposely oriented toward the art and science of leadership, this book is designed to provide insight and outline development techniques for the
Introduction. Why Leadership and Why Now? Self-Discovery Comes First. Further Becoming a Professional: It Takes Effort Outside the Classroom. Further Becoming a Professional. Core Values Underlie Leadership. Culture, Safety, and Engineering. How We Can Change Organizational Values and Why It's Important. A Values-Based Leadership Model for use in Depleted Environments. Case studies in ethical considerations. Crisis and Noncrisis Leadership Models. What is �toxic leadership?� Experiential Training: It's Mot What We've Been Teaching in Class. How Authentic Leaders Handle the Death Event. Stress and Morale Challenges for Leaders in Safety and Engineering. Gender in Safety and Engineering. How Authentic Leaders Handle the Issue of Discipline for Difficult Employees. Organizational Protocol for Safety and Engineering Professionals: A Brief Introduction. Summary of this Book's Key Concepts. Index.