Day Two at FMI AP Conference:
... and Bull Riding?
were expectant and the FMI AP agenda on day two didn’t disappoint!
AmyK Hutchins, CEO of AmyK Inc., ignited brilliance by challenging attendees to do
away with their “employee” handbook and create a “culture” handbook instead. AmyK also provided a key ingredient to thinking differently: question what you
know. For example, she provided critical questions for all leaders to ask about
their teams, company and customers to spark creative problem solving.
The breakouts featured sessions about organizational preparedness, defending
against cyber-attacks and investigating, avoiding and mitigating personal injury
Day two wrapped with an incredibly important message about distracted driving.
David Teater, senior director of transportation initiatives for the National
Safety Council, shared some staggering facts about driving and cell phone use
such as: Cell phone distracted drivers have slower reaction times and were more
likely to crash than drivers with a .08 blood alcohol level. Also, it was
shocking to hear research has proven, when it comes to safety, there is no
difference between hands-free and hand-held cell phone use. Download the white
Save lives and take the pledge to drive cell free by clicking
Today, attendees are in for a NASCAR treat! Andy Papathanassiou, director of
human performance from Hendrick Motorsports, will close the official conference
with “Over the Wall Thinking” a look at what it takes to overcome obstacles and
make things happen!
It was an outstanding conference and save-the-date for Asset Protection 2015 in
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