Some Good Advice

 

I learnt a lesson early on in my career: to listen to advice.

As a young engineer, this was especially important. I might have had all the smart book knowledge, but I definitely lacked the experience which is acquired over years. I made it a habit to ask the foreman, artisan or operator how things worked in their area, what problems there were and, most important, what the solution should be.

I never regretted having made time to ask these people with years of experience

Although not directly applicable to safety, here is some smart advice from 22 executives, sharing the ‘best advice they ever got’. Go and check it out – you won’t be sorry. 

 Be safe – the SIMPLY SMART way,

Jürgen

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