The Leadership Safety Attributes Test (LSAT)

Defines leader's safety knowledge & approach

The LSAT helps individual leaders and leadership teams identify their safety leadership strengths and pinpoints areas that need development.

This insight and understanding into their own behavioural style empowers leaders to better target and drive safety culture change.

Based on the Full Range Leadership Model (Bass and Avolio), the LSAT breaks leadership into two safety leadership styles with five underlying behaviours. They are:

  • ‘Motivating for Safety’ – “Inspiring”, “Supporting”, and “Innovating”.
  • ‘Managing Risk’ – “Monitoring” and “Rewarding”

Time: 20 mins

No of questions: 15

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