NAEM’s Emerging Leaders group is a professional development resource for aspiring environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability leaders. Through educational events, online discussions and in-person events the Emerging Leaders program is a unique opportunity to learn from seasoned leaders and connect with your peers.
Persuasive Communication: How to Become an Effective Advocate
Feb. 21, 2012
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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This webinar is only available to NAEM members as a benefit of their membership. It was presented for free for NAEM's Emerging Leaders program. You must be signed in as a member to download the webinar recording.
From writing emails to persuading others to get engaged, EHS and sustainability leaders need to communicate effectively. Come sharpen your communication skills during this one-hour webinar featuring:
- Chris Milici, Director of Global EHS & Security; John Crane Inc.
- Michael Miller, Senior Director of Environmental Health & Safety; Dean Foods
- Mark Fowler, Environmental Health and Safety Manager; Invivo
Mark Fowler, Environmental Health and Safety Manager; Invivo
Mark Fowler is an Environmental Health and Safety Manager at Invivo Corp., a Philips Healthcare Company, where he is responsible for fundamental EHS activities, including facilities, training, regulatory compliance and sustainability initiatives.
An experienced professional, Mr. Fowler has 20 years of EHS experience working with a variety of manufacturing, chemical and medical equipment companies. He has served in employee leadership positions as chairperson of employee engagement and leadership teams and has organized and championed upstart employee recognition programs.
He is a graduate of Louisiana State University with Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health, and a master's degree in Communication and Public Communication Channels between underrepresented communities and corporations with environmental agendas.
Michael Miller, Senior Director of Environmental Health and Safety; Dean Foods
Michael Miller is the Senior Director of Environmental Health and Safety for Dean Foods. He has more than 10 years of EHS risk management experience across industries in positions of increasing responsibility. He is a member of the NAEM Board of Regents, the Board sponsor for the Emerging Leaders program, and a Lean and Six Sigma in training. He has a bachelors degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Clark University and has done graduate work at Clark University, Columbia University and Bryant University.
Chris Milici, Director of Global EHS & Security; John Crane
Chris Milici is the Director, Global EHS & Security for John Crane, a division of Smiths Group. He has more than 10 years of experience in process engineering and EHS risk management. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering.
The following post first appeared on NAEM's Green Tie blog:
Communication Lessons from a Global EHS Manager
By Jim Spahr, Global Environmental Manager, Solae LLC, February 15, 2012
As a college student in the early 90's I thought I was in good shape as a communicator. I was pretty social for an engineer (nerd) and I wasn't afraid to get up and speak in front of a large group. So, when I started my first job as an environmental engineer at a paper mill in the Deep South, I never expected communicating would be a problem. I was wrong. And I would learn some valuable lessons about cross-cultural communications...