Meet Deborah Keep
Deborah is a Safety Leadership expert who is passionate about helping leaders create brain friendly cultures that drive safe workplaces.
Deborah is a Safety Minded Leadership specialist who is passionate about helping leaders and teams create brain friendly cultures that drive safe workplaces.
Human error is responsible for an astounding 90% of workplace accidents. As a safety expert, you know that leaders, despite the sincerity of their efforts, often possess unintentional blind spots that can inadvertently contribute to and exacerbate these risks.
It’s time for safety to move beyond procedures and protocols. We need to empower leaders to create a culture of ‘safety brilliance’ where every individual is proactive, vigilant, and views ensuring a safe return home not as a duty delegated solely to the safety team but an integral part of everyone’s job.
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Deborah Keep is a Safety Leadership expert.
She’s seen first-hand the impact that serious injury or even tragedy has had on colleagues.
Through a melting pot of mindset training, neuro techniques and behavioural studies, she provides ground-breaking safety leadership programs that create new beliefs and behaviours across your worksites, sustainably reducing human-error and risk.
She’s passionate about creating safer worksites, and helping leaders activate the safety smarts of everyone onsite.
Deborah’s qualifications and accreditations
Advanced Diploma of the Neuroscience of Leadership
Diploma of Positive Psychology
Certified in Emotional Culture Deck
Prior to founding Deborah Keep Safety Training, Deborah created and led training and development within an international sales company.
During her eight years there, she trained and coached leaders in 17 different countries, a role that suited her passion for travel and cultures perfectly. This passion for travel led her to live in three different countries and learn four languages to a fluent level.
Outside of work, Deborah is involved in running mindset coaching for athletes and sports teams, where she offers sessions to help players leverage the mental application of the game.
She is also heavily involved in her son’s rugby union club, challenges herself to run at least two half marathons a year and loves to pop up to the Hunter Valley with her husband for their foodie fix.