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Meet the Author with Rosa Antonia Carrillo
21st April 2023 • Safeopedia Podcasts • Safeopedia Podcast
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We are speaking with Rosa Antonia Carrillo and Gary Wong discussing Rosa's new book discussing Health and Safety Leadership Strategy: How Authentically Inclusive Leaders Inspire Employees to Achieve Extraordinary Results

The book builds on ideas to further understand why relationships are the venue through which leaders bring about change in organizations. On our show we’ll discuss:

- Why employers must pay attention to their organization’s mental, physical and psychological well-being data to keep their top talent and essential workers

- Why challenges presented by the data will not be resolved by technology nor traditional change management practices

- How “authentically inclusive” leadership can embed Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging (DEIB) into everyday work of the organization

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Our Guest:

Rosa Antonia Carrillo, MSOD is an author and leadership and culture expert with an emphasis in environment. Her new book, The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership, published by Routledge has been called required reading to understand the foundations of "safety culture" by Edgar Schein.

Her ground breaking articles on relationship centered leadership, safety culture, mindful conversations, trust and open communication have gained the attention of of leaders world-wide. In recognition of her contributions, the Safety Institute of Australia invited her as the Wigglesworth Memorial Lecturer in 2015.

She is president of Carrillo & Associates, Inc. a provider for employee engagement, leadership development, and coaching services for leaders of companies that want to achieve high performance in EHS while delivering business results. The C&A team delivers engaging leadership development workshops to executives, managers, supervisors and employees to help them transform into leaders who build collaborative, trusting, and motivating work environments. At the same time, given the unique challenges of operating a high- hazard facility, the training focuses on managing and enhancing employee performance as well as effective decision-making.

Ms. Carrillo holds a Masters of Science in Organizational Development and is former adjunct faculty for the Presidential Key Executive MBA program at Pepperdine University.