Making safety stick – communicating so people listen & are motivated
Safety Messages – How can we make them Stick. Why can everyone remember that urban legend, a rumor, or a story told over a couple of drinks, but walk out of a safety meeting and not remember the topics discussed that day. This session overviews principles of stickiness that one can apply to ensure successful safety messages and communication – sticks – that the information is understood, its remembered and it changes something
As Safety Professionals we communicate in a variety of ways and at times struggle with why our communications did not get attention, resonate, or get the message across like we expected. The concepts that will be discussed in this session are the stickiness factors – simple, unexpected, concrete, credible, emotional and stories. If you make use of these traits in your safety communications of all types you can make your ideas, messages, and information sticker and affect the change that you are looking for.
The learning outcomes for this full day workshop include:
- Awareness and understanding of the stickiness factors
- Explore how concrete and credible concepts help retention
- Be able to apply emotions and stores to strengthen messages and communications
Don’t miss out, make sure you register today for this informative workshop as spaces are limited.
|Date||Tuesday 28 August 2018|
|Time||8:30am – 5:00pm|
133 Mary Street
|Cost||NSCA Foundation members – $400 (inc. GST)
Non-Members – $550 (inc. GST)
|RSVP by||Friday 24 August 2018 or until sold out (only 30 spaces are available)
To register for the Pre-Conference Workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org