Opportunities to Partner Include:

As a student of safety culture and leadership, Ed has seen the incredible benefits of focusing on the “soft skills” and how changing our behaviors leads to stronger company performance, improved safety and a better quality of life professionally and personally.

As a Chairman of the Board and a director on a variety of boards, Ed can serve as a capable and experienced leader who demonstrates flexibility and receptivity, collaboration and strong strategic skills.

Is your organization set up for long term success and what are the key elements of a successful team? We will discuss a leadership model that can be used to enable excellent organizational performance regardless of the industry you are in. This interactive discussion explores how to have breakthrough performance, develop emotional security, establish an engaged work force (Union or Non-Union), and sustain that performance and constructive culture. Safety culture (Emotional Safety) will also be assessed using key elements from nuclear power safety culture methodologies which can be applied to any business. The organizational assessment conducted by subject matter experts will then provide helpful, constructive suggestions based on noted gaps or strengths when compared to the model.

This discussion provides a seasoned executive view of risk informed decision making and the use of Probabilistic Risk and how to apply it in various scenarios to improve safety and reduce cost. This approach is applicable to any industry. The interactive and encouraging discussion includes lessons learned in implementing key risk informed tools in the nuclear and non-nuclear generating business. We will also embrace how a team can improve reliability, prioritize work and prevent recurring equipment problems. The suggested process has been successfully used at various nuclear power stations and when paired up with risk informed decision making helps to properly prioritize resources while improving reliability and lowering cost.

In addition, we can provide helpful insights on the topics listed below. Some of these areas contain information we encourage you to use in order to help your organizations achieve long term success.

Are your behaviors bringing out the best in your employees?

Meetings are a microcosm of organizational culture. Are your meetings safe, efficient, and do you make effective decisions that improve performance?

What does effective knowledge transfer look like? Why is it important and what are the key program elements/leadership behaviors that allow an organization to have excellent knowledge transfer?

We suggest using a tool called “Insights” which we have found it’s easy to understand and allows organizations to explore individual and team behaviors in order to improve overall teamwork.

What are the leadership behaviors and effective communications to operationalize any plan of action or business plan? How do leaders become better communicators? What is a “Strategic Communications” plan, why it is important, and how do you create one?

What are the key elements of excellent project management from an executive point of view?

What are the skills that prevent human error? How do leaders develop strong human performance from the office to the field?

How can a team effectively manage change? Should every change receive the same effort or is a graded approach more appropriate?

Can we apply a risk based approach to solving equipment reliability issues?

*Services provided are summarized above and are presented in modules which can be combined or rearranged as clients desire.