April 16, 2014 at 9am Pacific / 11am Central / Noon Eastern
Extending leadership by the safety and health professional is pivotal in driving positive change in almost every organization. Countless safety and health programs have failed or have hit roadblocks because of the lack in our ability as safety professionals to evolve with our organizations as well as the failure to recognize the right attribute of leadership to deploy at the right time. This session will deal with the leadership of the safety professional and the fundamental attributes required for achieve and sustain success.
The presentation will explore five key leadership attributes that will offer the safety professional the greatest impact areas for success in working with people, driving compliance, handling crises, developing strategies and influencing management.
Date: April 16, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM EASTERN / 11:00 AM CENTRAL
Duration: 90 minutes
Scott Gaddis is the Executive Director of EHS Services for the Bristol-Myers Squibb, Company in New Brunswick, New Jersey. In his role, Scott leads Global EHS strategy working with various business teams including manufacturing, sales and marketing, research and development and commercial operations. Mr. Gaddis joined BMS in 2010 as EHS Director at the Mt. Vernon Campus in Southern Indiana.
Prior to that, Mr. Gaddis was employed for over 18 years with the Kimberly-Clark Corporation in various EHS Leadership roles including roles as the Global Safety Leader, Corporate Safety Manager, Sector EHS Director and EHS Facilities Team Leader.
Scott holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Occupational Health and Safety
In addition, Mr. Gaddis has been published in various EHS trade journals and has lectured at National and International EHS conferences.