HP CoP: Human Performance and COVID-19

by Oct 5, 2021Human Performance CoP

 Human Performance Community of Practice: Human Performance and COVID-19

 

An electric utility’s management of the COVID-19 pandemic requires looking at the situation from many angles. Certainly, ensuring the safety of the workers and the workplace is a major concern, but so are several other factors. Given the strong opinions are about the pandemic, those influences can create a lack of collaboration, and make finding paths forward more difficult. Incorporating Human Performance concerns (for example, recognizing that compliance-based “punishments” are non-sustainable, where positively reinforcing approaches are), it creates a pressure for leadership to handle the situation carefully, balancing a variety of concerns, from worker safety, autonomy, OSHA reportable events, compliance concerns, financial concerns, and many more. As a Human Performance practitioner, Shari has been walking this tightrope and will share her approach and story about how BEC has achieved significant strides towards those balances.

 

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Drs. Mike Legatt and James Merlo host high profile guest speakers and lead virtual discussions in the Human Performance Community of Practice every other Thursday at 4PM EST.

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Drs. Mike Legatt and James Merlo host high profile guest speakers and lead virtual discussions in the Human Performance Community of Practice every other Thursday at 4PM EST.

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Office

4225 Rollins Road

Zachary, LA 70791