Bill Sims, Jr., is President of The Bill Sims Company, Inc.  For more than 30 years, Bill has created positive reinforcement systems that have helped...

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It’s an honor to be published once again in EHS News…here’s a link…enjoy…   https://ohsonline.com/articles/2021/04/01/lessons-learned-launching-a-safety-incentive-program.aspx?admgarea=news...

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As the Pandemic loosens its grip on the world, I hope  you and yours are well and safe. My family and I all have the...

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Amazing Safety Story
Thanks for sharing this story Robert… another touching reminder of the importance of safety & positive reinforcement in our lives. – Bill Sims   Robert’s...

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Global Safety Institute Formed
Bill Sims, Jr, President of Bill Sims Company and Ben WIlson, Managing Director of Wilson Consulting Group announced the formation of Global Safety Institute, at...

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An Open Letter to OSHA
“While doing some spring cleaning, I came across this letter to OSHA from a few years back. As we all know, OSHA made lagging incentives illegal...

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Buddy the golden retriever
Buddy the golden retriever is an expert in behavior change and positive reinforcement.  Buddy’s master is a perky lady named Misty who heard my Greenbean...

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Employee Engagement: The Key to Obtaining and Sustaining Business Success
The questions now being asked by business leaders around the world are very similar.  How can we succeed now and into the future?  How can...

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More Than Just One Tragedy
Chris, Brandon and Javier were my best employees when I worked as a superintendent years ago… Javier was a devoted “family man” who seldom consumed...

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Safety Leader Shares the Greenbean Leadership Approach with Team
Got this letter from the president of a midwestern energy company . . . I was in your breakout session in Fort Worth at the NRECA...

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Piano Stairs

”Take the stairs instead of the escalator or elevator and feel better” is something we often hear or read in the Sunday papers. Few people actually follow that advice. Can we get more people to take the stairs over...

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Norman the Doorman

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Biff Wilson and the Alaska Jacket

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How Hard Could It Be?

A young employee came up with an idea that added a million dollars to our bottom line. How do we reward him for the contribution? Do we even have to? Read the story on Inc Magazine's Blog . ....

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Donna Prejean

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Lincoln Electric

I recently borrowed from my local library the new book Spark, a very clearly written and insightful book by a Canadian journalist with a Masters degree in engineering from MIT. Based in Ottawa, Canada, Frank Koller has shared an...

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Roland Fryer

In recent years, hundreds of schools have made these transactions more businesslike, experimenting with paying kids with cold, hard cash for showing up or getting good grades or, in at least one case, going another day without getting pregnant....

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Fedex — All Over It

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Blue Ribbon Story

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Closing Remarks

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Green Beans and Ice Cream Leadership Training

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Three Scoops a Day

I am greatly honored that you have taken the time to explore our ideas in positive reinforcement and behavior change … and I hope this keepsake reminds you of some of the things you have learned. It’s also a practical...

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