Marginal gains promise improved safety performance
This one-day workshop has been designed to introduce the concept of marginal gains and how it can improve safety performance. Through group discussion paired with individual and group activities, participants learn to identify small but achievable improvements and changes in behavior that can strengthen their organization.
- What improvements can be made to enhance performance
- How to bridge the gap between ‘safe’ and ‘safe enough’
- The significance of marginal gains
- Areas where marginal gains can be achieved a plan for achieving them
- What our “chimp” is and how to manage it
- The importance of making a personal commitment to improve safety performance
|Welcome and Introduction
|General introduction from instructor followed by scene-setting from the senior member of the leadership team
|Delegates introduce themselves and take part in a short activity to break the ice.
|Introduction to Marginal Gains
|The background to Team Sky’s successes under the leadership of David Brailsford, through an introduction to the concept of the aggregation of marginal gains.
|The significance of the doping scandal in the cycling world in particular and its relevance to cheating in your industry.
|Examples of Marginal Gains
|This section provides examples of marginal gains implemented before the Tour de France success, as well as other marginal gain examples applied in other industries
|Identification of Marginal Gains
|Identification of marginal gains in your industry.
|Marginal Gains Mind Set
|How to achieve a marginal gains mindset, focusing on the desirable skills and attributes for success in implementing marginal gains.
|Implementing Marginal Gains
|An insight into the impact your decisions and habits have on your performance, and how best to utilize these behaviors to successfully implement marginal gains in your organization.
|Managing your Chimp
|How to combat the potential barrier of letting your "chimp” rule as a means of
overcoming potential declines in marginal gains.
|Team exercise to emphasize the significance that marginal gains can make in overall performance.
|Opportunity for the leaders to commit to their own personal marginal gains to improve the overall performance of the organization
- We are a behavioral change consultancy striving for a sustainable improvement in safety outcomes.
- We have designed an engaging workshop format featuring examples taken from professional cycling and Formula One racing as well as concrete applications to industry.
- We specialize in delivering the skills, methods, and motivation to change leadership attitudes, behaviors and decision making among employees.