By Ed Dubens, CEO/Founder, eDriving
While many businesses focus on organization-wide training and safety programs, there’s another tool that’s quickly gaining recognition for its ability to “drive” success: COACHING.
Coaching is the “glue” that helps support and sustain lasting behavior change when implemented as part of a holistic driver risk management program.
By providing personalized support and ongoing guidance, coaching can help managers and their drivers identify and address risky driving behaviors, improving safety and reducing the risk of collisions and injuries and their associated costs.
Managers should set a timetable that includes monthly standing discussions, annual overall performance review, and post-collision and license violation reviews.