Troublesome Terms – Top 10 Practical Steps to Safe Terminations
Learning Objectives: 1. Identify a dozen warning signs of a situation that is on a path to violence. 2. Learn the one mistake you must avoid that could open you and your company up to massive liability. 3. Understand the only right way to respond to a threat.
Who hasn’t experienced a level of fear during a termination interview? If you haven’t yet, you probably will. But what to do about it? How do you keep yourself and your people safe? Who should attend: Anyone with responsibility for managing people and/or the disciplinary process.
Senior Consultant at SafeHaven Security Group
Tim D. Keck is a best-selling author, a top-rated speaker, and a court-certified expert on threat management. He has taught thousands of people how to stay safe even under the most difficult of circumstances. Formerly, Tim was a career police officer and SWAT leader who rose through the ranks to Chief of Police. He has testified before a Congressional committee, provided VIP protection to celebrities, and spearheaded a multi-national undercover investigation. Tim has been quoted in publications from Newsweek to The New York Times and has made several appearances on national television.
As a speaker, Tim’s presentations are full of both wit and wisdom. He uses improvisational humor and true stories to illustrate learnings that can be put to use immediately. In his previous career, Chief Keck’s work was recognized by several federal agencies including the Drug Enforcement Agency and Department of Homeland Security. The Department of Justice wrote “The FBI and the American people have been the beneficiaries of your professionalism and dedication to duty…” about his career-long efforts. Tim has assisted people and organizations from L.A. to London and from Calgary to the Caymans. Clients include Patagonia, PepsiCo, Kimberly-Clark, Walmart Stores, Tyson Foods, Marriott, J.B. Hunt, Oppenheimer Fund, Total Energies, and many more.
Tim lives in the hills of NW Arkansas with his sassy bride, two dogs, and a plethora of farm animals.