Management and Leadership Skills for Environmental Health and Safety Professionals (LMS0314)

Venue: Harvard School of Public Health

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 25, 2013 End Date/Time: Mar 28, 2013
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This program provides oversight and focused skill building in the critical areas of leadership and management development with the objective of bridging the gap between EHS technical skills and leadership skills essential for achieving functional excellence.

Learning Objectives:

- Develop clear objectives, goals, strategies, and measures for integrating health, safety, and environment into the culture of their organization
- Create specific methods for "selling" occupational health, safety, and environmental initiatives to organizational decision makers
- Employ listening skills to develop more effective negotiation and conflict resolution skills
- Establish measurable expectations and accountability for their services
- Manage time effectively and coach others in this practice
- Write and speak clearly and concisely in the language of the customer
- Identify the right thing to do and prioritize work that is both urgent and important
- Meet common challenges with proven techniques in risk communication
- Use the most appropriate management style for every situation
- Integrate sustainability objectives into EHS management systems

Who Should Participate:
Health, safety, medical, and environmental professionals from all types of organizations and businesses who want to increase their individual effectiveness, or who have program or functional responsibilities, including:
- Environmental health managers and engineers
- Food safety managers
- Health physics managers and engineers
- Industrial hygienists
- Occupational health physicians and nurses
- Risk and insurance managers
- Safety and health managers
- Safety engineers
- Sustainability directors
- Toxicologists


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Additional Information

Fee: $1695 - $2045

Exhibits included