SAFE Bar Network
Leadership Is An Action Not A Position
Updated: May 12, 2022
At the SAFE Bar Network, we believe that leadership is not about the role you hold in an organization, it is about the actions you choose to take to build and show respect.
We have the absolute pleasure of working with some of the best people in the food and beverage industry. We’ve learned that creating a workplace culture where people thrive and customers keep coming back really hinges on the work of great leaders.
As a leader at the SAFE Bar Network, I believe in our work because our approach is simple, manageable, and most important effective. We partner with venues t0 create a culture where the teams at bars and other alcohol-serving venues notice concerning behavior, interrupt effectively and provide support.
You don’t have to take my word for it though. Over the past three years, we’ve heard from bar owners and thousands of participants about the value of being part of the SAFE Bar Network and making a commitment to increasing safety. Here’s what bar owner and SAFE Bar Network founding board member, Kevin Fitzpatrick, has to say about our work.
We are proud to partner with each and everyone one of our 41 current members and we celebrate their dedication to increasing safety and working to give everyone a safe night out.
You can join us in our mission to give everyone a safe night out. Sign our Pledge and share your commitment with others.
SAFE Bar Training conversations are simple, manageable, and they work – but you don’t have to take our word for it. Check out these real-life, Everyday Active Bystanders.
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The SAFE Bar Network is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) you can join the team by donating your time, talent, and money to the mission of giving everyone a SAFE Night Out, just click here.
To learn more about active bystander skills check out our blog post, Obstacles. What obstacles? 3 Full Proof Everyday Active Bystander Skills.
Interested in learning more about bystander intervention? Visit our friends at With Us Center for Bystander Intervention.
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual harassment our partners can help. Visit MOCSA.org and RAINN.org
To learn more about the field of violence response and prevention visit PreventConnect.org and NSVRC.org