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Jim Walters

Get to Know Your Brain for Safety's Sake Webinar Replay (VOD)

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PROGRAM DURATION: 40 MINUTES  

Utility safety isn't just about what you know. It's about how you think. Unfortunately, many utility workers have suffered the tragic consequences of incidents caused by mental lapses, mismanaged awareness, overactive ego and "quick mind" reactions.

Learn how you can Get to Know Your Brain for Safety's Sake with this free webinar replay. Led by former lineman and current utility safety researcher Dr. Jim Walters, this short 20-25 minute learning session will provide key strategies that can help improve your utility safety initiatives.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • How to harness the power of the subconscious
  • The effect of ego, bias and the drama triangle
  • The value of hot-stove and near-miss reporting
  • The difference between attention versus living in the mind
  • How to respond to constructive criticism
  • An exclusive discount to attend an upcoming GTKYB 2-day workshop 

 

PRESENTER:

Jim Walters, The Power of Learning

Jim's career spans 34 years in the electric utility industry as lineman, manager, and director. He is president and owner of Power of Learning, Inc., an organizational development company. Jim was lead researcher on a study concerning The Effect of Cognitive Training on Electric Line Worker Attentiveness which was sponsored by two power line contractors and two electric utilities. His educational background includes an MBA from the University of Dubuque and the Doctor of Education (EdD) in Leadership from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. Accomplishments include: co-inventor of patented research by Rochester Public Utilities (RPU) and the University of Minnesota on fuel cells and geothermal heat pumps.

 


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