PowerPoint is not the killer – it is the way the program is used. This session presents skills to enhance a presenter’s message and techniques which require anything from no technology to the latest in technology. Strategies include games, various interaction methods, communication challenges and video production.
- Develop skills targeted directly to the safety professional
- Enhance your interactive presentation skills
- Fill your presentation tool box
James “Skipper” Kendrick, CSP, is recognized as a thought leader in areas of management, leadership, safety, education and training.
The President of Kendrick Global Enterprises LLC, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology, with a safety option, from Louisiana State University. He is a Professional Member of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) by examination. Skipper holds ASSP’s Certificate in Safety Management and Executive Safety Certificate, as well as a 32-hour Certificate in Human Performance Improvement from the University of Idaho. He holds certification as a Six Sigma Green Belt.
Prior to forming Kendrick Global Enterprises LLC, he was the director, Global EHS Training for Textron Inc., Providence, Rhode Island, a $14.2 billion Fortune 500 multi-industry conglomerate with major brands such as Bell Helicopter, Cessna, E-Z Go, Greenlee, Kautex and Jacobsen. In this role, he was responsible for developing and leading EHS training strategies for businesses in 29 different countries with 45,000 employees worldwide.
Recognized by Bongarde SafetyXchange as National Safety Trainer of the Year, he presents a wide variety of management, leadership, general safety, safety management, workplace training and communication seminars to audiences including Federal and State OSHA, varied Workers’ Compensation programs, general industry, educational institutions and trade or professional organizations within the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Skipper is the co-author and facilitator for Safety Management I and II and Corporate Safety Management, required courses for ASSP’s Certificate in Safety Management. He is also a faculty member of the Society’s Executive Safety Certificate program.