OEHS Management Leadership Skills for the 21st Century

Monday, May 23 | 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM


Communication and Training, Ethics, Management

Arranger: D. Wynn, EPA, Manassas, VA. Moderator: D. Wynn, EPA, Manassas, VA. Monitor: W. Odden, US Air Force, Garden Ridge, TX.

Awareness of essential management leadership skills for the Industrial Hygienist will be provided in this session. Five core attributes of a successful OEHS manager are presented: leading people, leading change, results driven, business acumen, and forming coalitions. Practical insights and approaches and resources for further professional development are organized to provide an understanding of the skills, abilities and attitudes needed by the EHS profession.

Leading Change C. Redinger, Redinger 360, Inc., Harvard, MA.

Leading People C. Hovde, Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, IL.

Results Driven P. Esposito, STAR, Arnold, MD.

Business Acumen A. Leibowitz, EHS Solutions LLC, Alexandria, VA.

Building Coalitions/Communication P. Greaney, WorkCare, Anaheim, CA.