Sometimes it is difficult to grab the attention of workers, even on a topic as important as workplace safety. They may arrive at a meeting thinking they’ve heard it all before, or their minds may be on the work awaiting them when the session ends. You have to give workers a reason for listening, motivate them to act and then spell out ways they can act on what they have learned.
A new white paper “Eight Steps to Writing the Workplace Safety Speech,” is written for CEO’s, senior executives, safety professionals and communication professionals. It shares the following information:
• How to develop an emotional connection to your audience
• How to communicate to the left brain, right brain and whole brain
• 3 steps to structuring your safety speech
For a complete copy of the whitepaper and a safety speech checklist, visit http://info.digicast.com.au/safety-speech/.
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