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SPEED NETWORKING

Join us for this fun, fast-paced way to maximize your Seminarfest experience. Speed Networking takes the traditional values of face-to-face networking and combines it with the latest smart-matching software technology. Speed Networking is a strategic, structured, and rapid-fire networking event designed to help you share ideas, expand your network, and build business relationships.

How does it work? It’s easy! You’ll receive an option after registering for Seminarfest to pick the day you want to participate. We’ll then send out an email to complete your profile. Onsite you’ll receive a customized itinerary and meet someone new every 5-7 minutes based on your specific criteria. Get matched – and no worries – a facilitator will provide all timing cues and directions.


According to the Harvard Business Review,
“95% of participants said that face-to-face meetings are a key factor in successfully building and maintaining long-term business relationships.”



30+NEW TOPICS

Stay at the forefront of the safety industry and expand your knowledge in:

  • ANSI Z16 and safety metrics
  • Building a business case for safety
  • Cultural competency and working abroad
  • Generational differences
  • Human performance technology
  • ISO 45001 for internal auditors
  • Train-the-trainer
  • Workers' compensation and more!

FEATURED COURSE

083_Communication Is a Contact Sport: Use the Decker Method™ to Perfect Your Safety Message

The success of your safety program, and ultimately, the safety of all employees, rests on your ability not only to inform, but also to influence. You will learn to make an impact, create presentations that motivate leaders to act, handle tough questions and improve your delivery. We focus on mastering the Decker Grid™ as a way to quickly organize your thoughts and present them in a way that means something to your listener. You will become an effective communicator and raise your awareness of the total communication experience--both what you say and how you say it.

learning Objectives:
  • Build awareness of the “big six” behavioral skills for connection, energy, and credibility
  • Use the 3 x 3 feedback process to identify strengths and weaknesses in your message and delivery method
  • Practice SHARP principles to connect emotion with logic and create memorable messages
  • Develop and delivery prepared presentations
  • Master best practices for handling tough questions
  • Develop an action plan for continuous improvement

HALF DAY Courses

Maximize your time with shorter session to take full advantage of your time at seminarfest:

  • 025_Incident Exploration : Using Critical Analysis to Improve Safety Culture
    January 31, 2019 @ 8:00 am
    Take a deep dive into several case studies and explore some watershed incidents in this ½-day interactive session. Analyze each scenario from the safety perspective and discover the hidden elements that may link them together to enhance your organizations’ safety culture.
  • 026_Safety and Technology
    January 31, 2019 @ 12:30 pm
    Some of the current OSH risks did not exist 20 years ago; some didn't exist last week! The safety profession is affected by rapid technological advances, so prepare to “geek out” while learning about and discussing the implications of: interactive checklists, smart devices, wearable sensor technology, big data management, machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), infrared (IR) cameras, “smart” PPE, 3D printing, holographic training, robotics, drones, and more.
  • 044_Practical Application: Improve Decision Making & Risk Management
    January 26, 2019 @ 8:00 am
    The most successful businesses are those that effectively manage their risks by making the best decisions when faced with multiple, often competing, alternatives. Organizations who consistently apply risk concepts embedded in their safety management systems are likely to see sustainable performance improvement. This 4-hour session reviews the elements of a risk management process, focusing on the concepts and techniques needed for effective risk assessment and facilitate decision making. Learners will practice applying a process that addresses common safety issues and using established risk management methodology to work through a comprehensive case study.
  • 063_Hazard Hunt
    January 26, 2019 @ 12:30 pm
    In this competition-styled session, learners will be divided into small teams; each team will need to find potential fall hazards in and around the Seminarfest facility. Points will be awarded to each team based on the nature & diversity of the hazards they discover. Put your game-face on, and hazard ID skills to the test in this a fun, interactive afternoon!
  • 086_How Generational Stereotypes Impact Individuals & Teams
    January 27, 2019 @ 8:00 am
    Join a multi-generation panel to explore differences and find commonalities to help all safety professionals work better together as a team.
  • 087_Gender & Diversity: Understanding How They Impact Your Safety Culture
    January 27, 2019 @ 12:30 pm
    Understand the impact of gender and diversity topics on communication, training, hiring, and career advancement. Explore potential roadblocks and set goals on how to best advocate in order to improve safety culture at your organizations.

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