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Successful Businesses Have Values

Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how he almost got fired one day. At a previous job, one of the "core values" was supposed to be safety. He recognized a safety issue on an offshore oil rig, stopped work, and had all employees returned to shore.

After doing so, he got an angry phone call from a boss saying "he had darned well better be right" or something like that.

He said he eventually left that company because he didn't feel as if safety were truly a core value--just a stated value.

He ended with a quote that went something like this: core values aren't touchy-feely, they're kicky-punchy.

03-05-2014 21:50:46 pm
Jeff Dalto

I just read something along these lines on LinkedIn.

A safety manager wrote an article about how