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The Florida Chamber of Commerce announced that it will host a Safety, Health and Sustainability Leadership Conference in Orlando on May 11-12.
The chamber said the conference is “the only conference of its kind in the country dedicated to helping you and your company make progress in safety, health and sustainability.”
The activity has locked multiple Speakereach of them selected for their expertise on the subject.
They include Harvard Business School Executive Fellows Matt Higgins; correct.the general Richard Clarkerecently retired as 12th Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command; CEO, Right Craft Birjegin; PhD Caroline Yehcommunication pathologists and cognitive neuroscientists; and Pat GeratiPresident and Chief Executive Officer of GuideWell Mutual Holding Corporation, Florida Blue’s parent company.
Leadership meeting will also be held breakout session Divided into four areas: Safety, Health, Sustainability and Leadership.
There will be 20 breakout sessions in total and attendees are encouraged to choose their preferred track or mix sessions from multiple tracks to build a course that suits them and their business needs.
The conference will be held at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.registration is currently open Early registration rates are available to those who register on or before February 17th.
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