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Brain Based Safety Webinar

  • TBA

Power of Intention: Building Habits for a Safe and Successful Workplace Webinar

  • TBA

 

BRAIN BASED SAFETY WEBINAR

Improving safety within your business requires a keen understanding of human behavior. Each safe act can be linked with a sequence of helpful decisions, while each unsafe act can usually be tied to some, while perhaps unintentional, unhelpful decisions. Join Dr. Melanie Kinser to gain a basic overview of two systems within the brain that process information and drive decision-making while learning some basic brain anatomy based on some of the latest medical and psychological research. Most importantly, this interactive webinar will discuss some practical strategies you can use to drive effective decision-making around safety within your business.

Target Audience:

  • Leaders
  • Health & Safety Professionals
  • Front-line Managers
  • Industrial Hygienists

Objectives:

  • Identify two systems the brain uses to process information and drive decision-making
  • Learn basic brain anatomy
  • Gain a practical strategies to drive effective decision-making around safety
  • Understand how to use the brain to create a safer work environment

Content:

  • Lecture
  • Discussions

Duration:

  • 90 Minutes

Course Dates:

  • TBA

Location:

  • Personal computer meeting the requirements:
    • Computer with operating system
      • Windows, Linux, Solaris, Mac
      • App for mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android)
  • Internet Access
  • Speakers/Sound Card (Preferably a headset)
  • Microphone (Preferably a headset)
  • Video/Web Camera

Registration:

  • Email Truman Beran at tberan@mines.edu with the course name in the subject. Please include the following in the text of the email:
    • Name
    • Company
    • Address
    • Phone Number
    • Email

Instructor:

  • Dr. Melanie Kinser
    • Melanie is an Instructor for the Colorado School of Mines EMCIS and the owner of ThinkWyn. Melanie founded ThinkWyn to create an avenue in which she could strengthen workplace culture, through partnering with organizations and coaching leaders. Specifically, Melanie works with clients to strengthen leadership, increase engagement, enhance safety and influence organizational culture. Over the last decade, Melanie has designed and delivered leadership and safety culture change initiatives to universities, multi-national organizations, family-owned businesses and non-profit organizations in industries such as Oil & Gas, Mining, Construction, Utilities, Healthcare and Nuclear. Melanie completed her Master’s and Doctorate in School Psychology at the University of Missouri and her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Montana. Melanie’s areas of expertise include brain-based leadership, decision-making, culture change, safety, trust and collaboration. Melanie has published several articles on organizational change and leadership development as well as presented at a number of national conferences. Melanie serves on the Board of the Society of Consulting Psychology (Division 13 of the American Psychological Association).

 

POWER OF INTENTION: BUILDING HABITS FOR A SAFE AND SUCCESSFUL WORKPLACE

The speed of work has increased dramatically. Consider the overload of information you receive daily via email, phone, internet, TV, and social media. You hope your brain focuses on the right information, but technology and other distractions may be keeping you from using your time effectively. In this interactive webinar, Dr. Melanie Kinser will show you how to harness the power of habits and intentionality to overcome distractions and be a more focused, purposeful leader. You’ll walk away better armed to recognize your habits and change the habits that aren’t serving you.

Target Audience:

  • Leaders
  • Health & Safety Professionals
  • Front-line Managers
  • Industrial Hygienists

Objectives:

  • Learn key components of a habit
  • Analyze your current habits
  • Identify ways to change the habits that aren't serving your business and safety objectives
  • Use good habits to lead with intention

Content:

  • Lecture
  • Discussions

Duration:

  • 90 Minutes

Course Dates:

  • TBA

Location:

  • Personal computer meeting the requirements:
    • Computer with operating system
      • Windows, Linux, Solaris, Mac
      • App for mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android)
    • Internet Access
    • Speakers/Sound Card (Preferably a headset)
    • Microphone (Preferably a headset)
    • Video/Web Camera

Registration:

  • Email Truman Beran at tberan@mines.edu with the course name in the subject. Please include the following in the text of the email:
    • Name
    • Company
    • Address
    • Phone Number
    • Email

Instructor:

  • Dr. Melanie Kinser
    • Melanie is an Instructor for the Colorado School of Mines EMCIS and the owner of ThinkWyn. Melanie founded ThinkWyn to create an avenue in which she could strengthen workplace culture, through partnering with organizations and coaching leaders. Specifically, Melanie works with clients to strengthen leadership, increase engagement, enhance safety and influence organizational culture. Over the last decade, Melanie has designed and delivered leadership and safety culture change initiatives to universities, multi-national organizations, family-owned businesses and non-profit organizations in industries such as Oil & Gas, Mining, Construction, Utilities, Healthcare and Nuclear. Melanie completed her Master’s and Doctorate in School Psychology at the University of Missouri and her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Montana. Melanie’s areas of expertise include brain-based leadership, decision-making, culture change, safety, trust and collaboration. Melanie has published several articles on organizational change and leadership development as well as presented at a number of national conferences. Melanie serves on the Board of the Society of Consulting Psychology (Division 13 of the American Psychological Association).

 

 

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