Thought Leader Track (NEW!)

Thought LeaderDo you know who thought leaders are in today’s professional environment? They are informed opinion leaders and the “go-to” people in their field of expertise who call people to take action with their innovative approaches, turn ideas into reality, and show others how to replicate their success.

These professionals inspire others to join their efforts through evolutionary and revolutionary advancements. Thought leaders provide a method, process, guidelines, or best practices, assuring others will align with and build a foundation on their success.

AIHce continues this track from last year’s Fall Conference. The Thought Leader track is a comprehensive selection of topics that look into the future of industrial hygiene. This track highlights several sessions, PDCs, and workshops spotlighting important ideas and knowledge skills essential for tomorrow’s IH thought leaders. Accessible for professionals regardless of their career stage, these sessions will provide essential insight and information for those who wish to take a more strategic view, or to simply understand how key leaders see industrial hygiene fitting into tomorrow’s world.

AIHA believes that thought leaders are an important link to the future of industrial hygiene.

These new focus areas were identified after intensive research by the Content Portfolio Management Team, who was tasked by the AIHA Board of Directors to discover, explore, evaluate, and recommend  content development priorities, including:

  • Big Data: Data Management & Interpretation
  • Changing Workforce Demographics/Environment
  • Emerging Markets/Global IH/OH Standards of Care
  • Exposure Banding/OEL Process
  • IH Business Case Development
  • Sensor Technologies

Look for these new areas of focus throughout the AIHce program, using our topic search option, or identify sessions using the “Thought Leader” search term.

For more information on this new track and its focus areas, please contact Erin Breece, Manager, Global Education.

Note: The complete conference program will be available in early 2016.

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