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Richard Hawk is a speaker, trainer, and health and safety expert with more than 30 years of experience under his belt. He specializes in helping leaders and employees improve their safety performance by decreasing stress and increasing focus. For the past three years, Richard has been a keynote speaker at the largest safety conference in the world. He is also the author of the bi-weekly publication, Safety Stuff, and has written four popular books about safety, including Spice It Up! and The Safety Leader’s Guide Book.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Richard Hawk shares a lesson he learned from the pandemic: we can’t ignore the impact we have on the natural world
- How Richard got started in safety and industrial performance
- One of Richard’s top strategies for reducing stress and enhancing performance
- How does your workplace environment impact your actions?
- Why sleep is one of Richard’s three core pillars for managing stress
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