Be inspired, hear from these influential keynotes

Monday, October 11

Opening Session
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

“Resilience: How to build it in yourselves and in those you lead”

All of us are struggling to be resilient during these challenging times. In this session, Marcus reveals discoveries about the sources of resilience from the largest global study of resilience yet undertaken. The study included 25,000 workers in 25 countries, all participating in a deep dive into why some people are able to sustain their power and their energy while others wane. In this session you will learn:

  • The three key sources of resilience
  • The ten questions to measure resilience
  • The most effective techniques to build resilience in yourself, your organization, and in those you lead

Lorraine M. Martin
President & CEO
National Safety Council

Marcus Buckingham
Founder of the Strengths Revolution, Researcher of People + Performance, Best-selling Author

Flame of Life Recipient

Kent McElhattan

The Campbell Institute Forum
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

The Campbell Institute Forum will explore impact to safety culture from various organizational perspectives. Hear how EHS experts from different industries manage these changes and ensure positive results.

I. David Daniels
President/CEO
ID2 Solutions, LLC

Steven G. Schoolcraft, PhD, P.E., CSP
Corporate Vice President, Safety, Health & Environment
Parsons

Moderator
Erick Walberth

Director S&E North America
Schneider Electric

Corrie Pitzer
CEO
SAFEmap

Tuesday, October 12

Occupational Keynote
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

On the Other Side of COVID-19 – Stronger and Safer Than Ever!

The COVID-19 pandemic has severed the life support of safety: interaction between teams and within teams. The “human touch” is under threat, and safety culture as we know it is slowly decaying – and possibly dying. It’s a whole new world out there. But there is a way out. Just like a vaccine injects the same germs as the disease itself to trigger immunity, we can use “virtual germs” to create a new capability. To become not only resilient, but stronger and safer than before. To become “antifragile.” This session will outline (through a “live” demonstration) how we can embrace virtual interaction, gamification, nudge theory, microlearning and immersive learning in innovative and exciting ways, for “a new safety” to thrive in! Not because we can, but because we have to!

Brian Fielkow
CEO
The GTI Group & Jetco Delivery

Wednesday, October 13

Leadership Keynote
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

10 Leadership Principles to Ignite Your Safety Performance

This keynote will inspire you to build your safety culture. You will walk away with a toolkit of low cost/high value ideas to implement immediately. We'll talk about how to lead change; build frontline acceptance of safety technologies and identify leading indicators that predict safe outcomes. We'll also explore "Just Culture," and why a "one-size-fits-all" discipline-based approach to safety failures is not effective. You'll learn how to build organizational safety accountability and identify frontline employees who have the power to drive safety. We'll eliminate common safety dysfunctions, overcome the myth that safety and productivity conflict with one another, and ensure that employees understand your processes and follow them without fail.

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