The first piece entitled Make it Personal appeared in the April edition and made the case that coaching skills are necessary to complement the safety practitioner’s technical knowledge and understanding.
Part 2 focuses more closely on the highly-developed listening and questioning skills that are the trademark of great coaching. It’s these complimentary skills that enable practitioners to realise their full potential and avoid the traditional stereotype – the ‘compliance policeman’, technically capable but unable to provide the support managers need.
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