Let’s face it: as an environmental, health, safety, and quality professional, your work is often perceived as a cost center rather than an investment center. When you try to communicate the value of what your department does to senior management, it can feel as though you’re speaking a different language, and that no matter how hard you try, you can’t break down the language barrier.
You know you and your team do such critical work. But if you can’t effectively convey your value to other business units and the C-suite, you’ll struggle to secure buy-in, support, and resources for new initiatives and programs.
This guide will help you communicate more effectively across the company, so the value of EHSQ doesn’t get lost in translation.