$15.00 Per Person (includes lunch)
"What Could Go Wrong?" IEC Lunch and Learn
Too often that is our line of thinking, yet whenever dealing with the public (whether in public or private settings) there are numerous things that *can* go wrong, putting you, your reputation, and your business at-risk.
Working in isolated locations with equipment (sometimes expensive equipment) presents risks of its own. Compound that today where a simple accusation of a "he said/she said" situation can put people in the court room and the news room. Add to the above when and where you have potentially angry if not violent individuals where something physically went wrong onsite, and you have yet another set of circumstances that can quickly escalate and spin out-of-control. And yet we still think, "what could go wrong?!"
This presentation addresses those various issues, noting steps that can be strategically taken to mitigate such risks to you, your business, and those who work within it. For as we all know, "it's what (or who) you 'don't know' that can hurt you!"
Registration Deadline is January 21, 2020. Cancellations after this date will not be refunded. Substitutions OK.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Jeff McKissack is a noted national speaker on the topic of personal and professional safety and security. With over 30 years of experience teaching some 350,000 in live audiences and millions more via radio and TV interviews, Jeff brings a wealth of experience and insights to small business owners wishing to keep their employees out of the Emergency Room as well as their businesses out of the court room (i.e. negligence claims).
Jeff speaks to conferences and conventions around the country, offers onsite training to employee groups, and conducts continuing education seminars to a wide range of professions and industries. He is a contributing writer to several state and national trade publications, and author of the book, Power Proverbs for Personal Defense.
But when asked, Jeff best sums up his message and mission by saying, "my goal is to help you spot trouble 'BEFORE' trouble spots you." And in today's world that is a message beneficial to us all, both on-the-clock and off-the-clock.