Experience & Calibre
Influencing & Negotiating
Sales & Customer Experience
SAFETY LEADERSHIP IN OIL AND GAS
Enabling behavioural change
Our work is centred around Development Centres. What we get from Impromptu are characters who not only play the part of a range of people, they are then able to provide feedback of the highest order. To add to their professionalism, they give feedback on the programme always aimed at maintaining high standards or improving elements of the programme to make it even better.
Impromptu took a requirement to increase delegate self-awareness around personal impact & influencing leadership skills and created a role-play experience around a highly complex, commercial scenario that was realistic, credible and extremely impactful for all who took part. We will definitely continue to include this role-playing element in future programmes. We found Impromptu a very professional organisation – flexible, engaging and easy to deal with.
“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”
“The real enemy of safety is not non-compliance but non-thinking.”
Impromptu’s expertise is in training that gets to the heart of the attitudes, behaviours and decision making, which directly impact on safety. Over the past fifteen years, we’ve worked with clients in the construction, oil and gas and seismic exploration industries.
We’ve helped equip front-line staff with the skills to identify hazards and intervene in unsafe situations. We’ve trained supervisors to be more effective in engaging and motivating teams through toolbox talks. We’ve worked with leaders to explore their role in building and engaging others in a successful safety culture.
We’ve created engaging films, stimulating conference theatre events, industry specific simulations and one-to-one role-plays. Our approach brings realism to participants’ learning, speaking to them in their language, engaging their hearts and their minds.
Article by Steve Harvey, Associate Impromptu Not so long ago I was working with a senior manager who recounted a recent example of a meeting with a director from their business, not the person’s direct manager, but someone they had occasional...