Safety Motivational Speakers
Safety Motivational Speakers April 24th Newsletter – by Safety Speaker John Drebinger
Have you ever considered yourself a safety motivational speaker? Some people think safety motivational speakers are only people like me who you bring in for a special meeting or occasion. The reality is every person who shares a story, teaches a safety concept, or trains people the safe way to do a task is a safety motivational speaker.
What Challenges Do You Face As A Safety Motivational Speaker?
Every person who stands in front of others to give a presentation wants to be effective and get results. The challenge is most people were never trained as a speaker. I am sure I would not be able to do your job without training. Likewise, to be one of the effective safety motivational speakers in the workplace you need to get training.
Some of the things that training will help you with are:
- How to overcome a fear of speaking,
- How to tell a story effectively,
- How to keep an audience’s attention,
- How do you finish on time,
- How do you get audience participation,
- How to use creativity, and
- How to make topics relevant.
How to be Motivational
The challenge is when you are called on to do a safety presentation or tailgate meeting even though you might have the technical knowledge of the job and even the safety information that will protect your fellow workers, you might not have the speaking skills and confidence to communicate them effectively.
Speaking or presenting is much more than just giving people information. In fact, you and I both know that many times when someone is injured, they knew the safe way to do the task. They just chose not to do it the safest way possible. They did not have the proper motivation to get results. The great news is it is possible to learn the skills of giving an effective safety talk.
The solution! Check out my Dynamic Presentations Institute (Click Here For Information). For three, fun, content-packed days, I will give you the skills you need to effectively convey a message that gets results. Giving people the facts about how to work safely isn’t enough unless you include the motivational reasons why they would want to make use of what you have taught them.
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