Energy Management Leadership (EML)

“Management is doing things right. Leadership is doing the right things.”

Comprised of a one-and-a-half day Leadership Workshop and On-site Coaching.

Efficiency and high performance are strong expectations in today’s workforce. To equip employees in attaining the highest possible efficiency and performance, Energy Management Leadership (EML) examines three areas:

  • Organizational Safety Model pillars
  • The Hazard Identification Process
  • Energy  management coaching tools for hazard identification success

Workshop Objectives:

  • Become familiar with the five pillars of the Organizational Safety Model.
  • Understand the Hazard Identification Process concepts, effectiveness, and benefits.
  • Become familiar with the energy sources and energy management techniques.
  • Understand and practice effective communication techniques.
  • Learn how to create a supportive environment that produces ongoing mutual respect and trust.
  • Learn how to apply the 4MAT System to Learning in safety conversations while considering the behavior style of the employee.
  • Understand how to maintain joint accountability with the employee.

Workshop Outcomes. Participants will have the ability to:

  • Apply the Organizational Safety Model.
  • Be proactive in safe job outcomes by using the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) process in identifying hazard situations quickly and effectively and be able to maintain an effective safety action plan with the employee.
  • Maintain joint accountability with an employee.
  • Understand how to integrate energy management tools to facilitate a respectful, collaborative, and values-based conversation to achieve and maintain a safe work environment.
  • Apply the 4MAT system of conversation in every safety conversation.

Who will benefit from EML Training?

  • Pipeline Supervisors
  • Terminal Supervisors
  • Plant Supervisors
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Drilling Management
  • Safety Management
  • Field and Rig Management
  • Project Management Staff
  • Engineering Management Staff
  • In-Country Management

Class size is a maximum of 12 participants to allow for a highly interactive learning experience. 

Energy Management Executive Leadership

Comprised of a one-and-a-half day Workshop for Executives.

This workshop focus on developing leaders of influence that lead in alignment with the company’s culture.Aligned leadership is a key aspect of a culture that results in predicable, consistent,  safety outcomes.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Understand how to lead in a manner that generates consistent results in producing safe and high performing teams.
  • Understand how to incorporate organizational dynamics, including team leadership styles, and motivation in their leadership.
  • Understand how Integrate leadership core values to into their leadership.
  • Create an environment in which team members can discuss and learn critical skills and behaviors.
  • Develop competency in advanced listening, question asking, and feedback.
  • Learn appropriate conversational skill sets for establishing a culture for stopping the job.
  • Develop an understanding of Human Failure Types.
  • Develop an understanding of team development stages.
  • Understand how to support team members to deliver on the company’s brand.
  • Apply Human Performance Factors (HPF).
  • Gain the ability to facilitate successful Joint Accountability.
  • Develop an understanding of how to implement action plans for putting safety leadership into the workplace.

Workshop Outcomes – Participants will have the ability to:

  • Effectively align with the company’s culture.
  • Exhibit competency in dealing with challenges.
  • Develop a trusting relationship brand.
  • Implement brand intention in every conversation.
  • Assess and insure that goals and strategies are aligned with the culture.
  • Ensure expectations are met.
  • Be effective communicators.

Who will benefit Energy Management Executive Leadership (EMEL)?

  • Selected EML Graduates
  • Drilling Supervisors
  • Safety Management
  • Field and Rig Management
  • In-Country Management

Class size is a maximum of 12 participants to allow for a highly interactive learning experience. 

Safety Through Design

Workshop is part of the Hazard Identification Process (HIP)