A ‘Listening Tour’ is a way for leaders to engage their organization in a conversation. Good questions are vital to a successful Listening Tour — here are twenty-one to get you started.
Surveys rarely lead to effective action: teams get mired in analyzing the results, debating the meaning of various numbers, and arguing over what people really meant by their responses. There’s a better way: ‘listening tours’ allow leaders to have real conversations with employees to understand how people think and feel.
Safety Committees are often ineffective, perfunctory and poorly-attended. Here are six tips for using your committee to foster leadership and personal responsibility, while also fulfilling a regulatory requirement.