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Dr. E. Scott Geller
In addition to being a founding partner and co-owner of Safety Performance Solutions, Dr. E. Scott Geller is a faculty member of Virginia Tech's Department of Psychology where he has taught and conducted applied/experimental research for more than three decades. In this capacity, he has authored more than 350 research articles and over 75 books or chapters addressing the development and evaluation of behavior-change interventions to improve quality of life.
His recent books in occupational health and safety include: The Psychology of Safety; Working Safe; Understanding Behavior Based Safety; Building Successful Safety Teams; Beyond Safety Accountability: How to Increase Personal Responsibility; The Psychology of Safety Handbook; Keys to Behavior Based Safety from Safety Performance Solutions; The Participation Factor; People-Based Safety: The Source; Leading People-Based Safety, and People-Based Patient Safety: Enriching your culture to prevent medical error; coauthored by Dave Johnson, The Courage Factor, coauthored with Bob Veazie and When No One Is Watching: Living and Leading Self-Motivation, also coauthored with Bob Veazie.
Dr. Geller has been honored with all three university-wide teaching awards at Virginia Tech, and is a widely sought-after speaker at safety and industrial conferences, such as ASSE, NSC, and VPPPA. He has addressed audiences throughout the world including Africa, Asia, Australia. He also frequently keynotes at corporate-sponsored events. Recent examples include presentations for American Electric Power, ExxonMobil Chemicals, Infineum, and Monsanto. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, and the World Academy of Productivity and Quality.