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Create a Workplace That Learns from Mistakes Mistakes happen. As frustrating as that may sound, mistakes are inevitable because humans are imperfect beings. In fact, most crashes and injuries are the result ...
What if Culture is Not Your Problem? When a motor carrier starts seeing a trend in vehicle crashes, employee injuries, or even turnover, it is easy to look at the company’s culture as the cause and ...
Ask the Safety Rep: Starting an Incentive Program An employee safety incentive program, if part of a larger risk management strategy, can enhance your safety culture. On the other hand, if not designed, ...
Using Safety Incentives for Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers How are you promoting safe driving within your organization? Changing behavior requires creativity and constant reinforcement. Consider fleet safety incentives to ...
Rules of the Road Include Professionalism & Safety ‘Knights of the Road’ refers to a period when truck drivers had a knightly reputation for always being helpful and courteous professionals to fellow motorists. ...
Generational Leadership for a Diverse Workforce Motor carriers are not strangers to the challenges of leading a multi-generational workforce. Each group of workers have its own unique set of characteristics and ...
Do Employees Understand Your Business Acumen? Business acumen is an in-depth understanding of how a company operates, what drives its business decisions, how it generates revenue, and how it is exposed to ...
What Message is Your Driver Screening Sending to Applicants? With driver turnover being an issue for most motor carriers, coupled with the lack of new talent entering the industry, screening applicants remains critical to a ...
Courageous Leaders Aren't Afraid to Break a Few Eggs On April 23, 1910, in Paris, France, Theodore Roosevelt delivered a speech that would come to be known as “The Man in the Arena.” In his address, Roosevelt ...
Improve Communication by Asking Better Questions Have you ever run a report and questioned the results? You may have looked at the report, noted something about the data didn’t look right, researched further, ...

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