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Welcome! Our 2016 program provides an overview of the educational opportunities and highlights of this year’s event. 
We want to thank you for your commitment to safety and making a difference in your workplace. We look forward to supporting you on your journey to become an even more successful safety advocate in the fall. Sincerely, the AUSA Board

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Tuesday, November 8 • 12:30pm - 1:40pm
When a Ship Misses the Harbor, It’s Rarely the Harbor’s Fault®

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As the title suggests, there’s a renewed sense of accountability surrounding the actions and behaviors of people within organizations.  And nowhere is this more obvious than within industries where everyone is being asked to do more with less, adapt to constant change, increase efficiency (without compromising quality), work better together as a team, and be a continuous learner–all while keeping people safe and incident-free. 

Sound familiar?  If you’re tired of theory-only sessions, this high-energy, fun and content-rich presentation is guaranteed to provide you with the practical, common-sense knowledge to achieve greater results (both individually and within a team environment). 

During this 'immediately-implementable' presentation, Neil Dempster will share why organizations like NASA use his Course Correction™ and Nothing Succeeds Like Failure™ methods to help them innovate faster than the speed of change.  Neil will have you laughing one minute and re-thinking your entire workday the next.

 

For over two decades, Neil Dempster has been helping organizations understand and implement continuous improvement processes.  His educational background includes Mechanical Engineering, an MBA, and a PhD in Organizational Psychology.


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Neil Dempster

Behavioral Engineer and RESULTant™, Clearview Performance
For over two decades, Neil Dempster has been helping organizations understand and implement continuous improvement processes.  His educational background includes Mechanical Engineering, an MBA, and a PhD in Organizational Psychology.


Tuesday November 8, 2016 12:30pm - 1:40pm
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