2019 NAOSH Luncheons - Featuring Guest Speaker, Paul Krismer
Attend one of Saskatchewan’s esteemed luncheons in support of North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week.
Trust is an essential component to effective organization cultures. There is no single mechanism to create trust other than to behave with integrity. Words, slogans, images and procedures can never take the place of action. Paul shows how people naturally adjust their actions and cooperate with others when they are in cultures of high integrity.
People who influence the behaviour of staff will learn a mindset that shifts them from overseers of business processes to genuine role models—seeing the big picture, articulating the direction, and embracing their team in a collaborative and committed mission. Transformative organizational change occurs when workers walk
the talk, operating with emotional intelligence and profound personal integrity. This talk de-emphasizes what we individually know and instead asks us who we are.
Paul has led groups of more than 200 professional disability management staff. As an Executive Account Manager and team lead, Paul served as a consultant to high risk and high claims volume employers and industries, introducing innovative and powerful interventions. Few leaders have as much, and as varied, experience in the field of workers compensation as Paul does. Paul is the best-selling author of “Whole Person Happiness”. He is a proud member of the International Positive Psychology Association and the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers.
Saskatoon, May 7, 2019
Prairieland Park - World Trade Centre
503 Ruth Street West
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
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