Dan Weedin Speaks at International Conference
Seattle-based consultant presents on occupational health & safety
Poulsbo, WA (September 13, 2011) – Dan Weedin just returned from a speaking engagement where he presented at the 2011 Occupational Health & Safety Management Summit in Bogota, Colombia. The Summit was held on August 25th at the Hotel Sheraton in Bogota.
America Empresarial hosted the summit. They are an organization that hosts numerous conferences in South America and Mexico on business excellence. This conference brought together 200 business executives from around Colombia to listen to strategies on improving occupational health and safety. Dan’s presentation titled, “Changing the Paradigm Culture” was on converting occupational risk into opportunities for growth and excellence.
Maria Angelica Guzman, the event coordinator stated, ““Dan was not just an excellent speaker in his field –knowledgeable, energetic, inspirational- but also a great partner. He was absolutely committed with all the activities and elements that were part of the event: the logistic, the presentation and speech, the marketing, media and communication activities etc. If you want to have not just a speaker, but also a partner, there is no doubt: You have to contact Dan Weedin.”
Maritza Castro commented that, ““Dan’s conference session was absolutely interesting, motivating, complete and innovative. I didn’t expect to find myself in the presence of a true leader with excellent command of the stage, skilled with words, and with the ability to make himself so easily understood.”
This is a program that Dan will be bringing to conferences and other groups. The presentation is 90-minutes long, however can be tailored for individual groups, associations, and conferences to go for varying times. The presentation highlights emerging threats as well as opportunities for employers of any size, however it specifically relates to those who have over 100 employees. If you would like more information on how to get Dan for your event, please contact him at (360) 697-1058 or [email protected].