My Brain Made Me Do It: Psychological Drivers of Employee Behavior

Thursday, November 12
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

There’s more than meets the eye when an incident occurs.  When leaders understand the drivers of human behavior, how the brain works, and how to use biology to our advantage, it’s easier for them to understand the connection between people, culture, and performance. Through specific examples and personal experiences, the presenter will help you achieve an understanding of the psychological mechanics behind risk assessment, human reaction, and communicating in a way people will pay attention.


About the speaker:

Justin Ganschow is a frequent speaker and writer on the impact of culture, leadership and human biology on workplace safety.  With over 15 years of experience in environmental education, public health and private industry, he has led improvement initiatives as a consultant to a variety of industries.  Currently he serves as Business Development Manager with Caterpillar Safety Services in Peoria, Illinois. Justin is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science – Biology and a Master of Science in Biology from Bradley University.


Continuing Education:

CCM Recertification Points: 1

Professional Development Hours (PDH): 1

AIA Learning Units (LU): 1

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