The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Industrial Hygiene Leaders
May 24 |
2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Management, Students and Early Career Professionals
Arranger: T. Paz, Architect of the Capitol, Washington, DC. Moderator: N. Greeson, Duke University, Duke University Health System, Durham, NC. Monitors: T. Paz, Architect of the Capitol, Washington, DC; B. Kissel, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Throughout the typical industrial hygiene career, there will be continuous lifelong learning within technical competencies. However, the most distinguished industrial hygiene leaders will tell you that they also developed soft skills to help them advance their careers. In this Roundtable, co-sponsored by the AIHA Mentoring and Professional Development Committee and the Student and Early Career Professionals (SECP) Committee, attendees will hear from some of the most highly regarded leaders in industrial hygiene today about their career journey and the soft skills that helped them become more effective industrial hygienists.
The Habit of Fostering and Seeking Inter-Professional/Inter-Disciplinary Collaboration J. Henshaw, ChemRisk, LLC, Sanibel, IL.
Habits Important to Leadership Success—One Opinion S. Mansdorf, Sustainability Consultants, Boca Raton, FL.
Creating a Culture of Habitual Adaptation F. Boelter, RHP Risk Management, Inc., Chicago, IL.
The Self-Empowerment Habits C. Laszcz-Davis, The Environmental Quality Organization, LLC, Lafayette, CA.
Learning the Good Habits of Others N. Tresider, Petroch Services Pty Ltd, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Inter-Professional and Interdisciplinary Collaboration—How Teamwork Enables Exceptional Outcomes D. Doganiero, Army Institute of Public Health, Apg, MD.
Commitment to Leadership: Committing to the People That Work for You and with You S. Ripple, Susan Ripple Consulting, LLC, Midland, MI.
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