Leadership and Organizational Performance


Everyone should be a role model. A role model is one who does the right thing even when he or she is not being watched.


Jakob Thomasen

CEO,

Maersk


Extraordinary Leadership
Safety Breakthroughs. For Life.



Real-time business challenges require real-time leadership skills. Delayed responses can be costly. They can be dangerous.

When your leadership teams and your managers learn to recognize the changing, complex nature of problems, they’ll be better prepared to overcome them.

That’s where JMJ comes in. Our custom workshops and leadership programs give your key people the practical, hands-on skills they need to work through the challenge and produce breakthrough results.

Our focus on leadership is not limited to the people with the most authority in the organization. Rather, senior managers learn how to shape a culture in which all individuals have the freedom to lead, create and realize new possibilities.

Contact us today to learn more about our workshops and leadership programs.


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Leading from the Workplace to the World



Even as new leadership capacities are applied specifically to organizational challenges, many clients have found these talents have improved their range of effective leadership far beyond the workplace. They’ve brought new leadership effectiveness into the arenas of personal, philanthropic, and community concerns. And that makes not just your organization - but the world - a better place.



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May 17, 2021

Construction Safety: Senior Construction Leader, Tom Peterson Shares Why Holistic Safety is Important to Him, His Own Safety Leadership Journey, and Leadership Practices Enabling a Psychologically Safe Environment

As the eighth Construction Safety Week has come to an end, it is always good to remind ourselves that every day is a safety day. It was a great week to raise awareness of the construction industry’s collective commitment to workplace safety and eliminating injuries. The week was also a fantastic opportunity to reflect on our own leadership journey, share and encourage others to raise critical conversations, and celebrate teams and individuals for their commitment and leading the way forward.

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May 7, 2021

Psychological Safety: How Can Leaders Create a Psychologically Safe Workplace Culture to Support Health and Safety Performance?

Four key psychological safety practices for leaders to create a safe environment where people take interpersonal risk and speak up. Mark Britton, JMJ partner, and Kelli Bettenhausen, JMJ Senior Consultant, discuss the topic of psychological safety. Mark shares why he became interested in this subject, and what he has learnt from his research. He goes on to explain how his findings led him to identify 10 leadership capabilities and best practices leaders need to develop and display to make people […]

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May 6, 2021

Construction Safety Week: Moving Beyond Traditional Safety to Holistic Safety Including Physical and Psychological Wellbeing

Putting physical and psychological wellbeing at the forefront to keep construction workers safe. Greg Savage, JMJ Managing Consultant, and Rebecca Severson, Corporate Director of Safety at Gilbane Building Company, talk about the evolution of Construction Safety Week. They discuss the importance of this year’s theme, ‘holistic safety’, and explain why placing physical and mental health at the forefront is critical to keeping construction workers safe.

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