March 6 - 7, 2023 | 0900 - 1700 ET
Emory University Rollins School of Public Health
Course Tuition is $375.00
Sean G. Kaufman | MPH, CPH, IFBA CP BRM
CEO and Founding Partner of Safer Behaviors
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This 2-day workshop designed for public health workforce covers Public Health Communication and Leadership
A certificate of successful completion from Emory University will be given to each attendee.
You may attend online but face to face attendance is recommended.
Interpretation services for language and disability impairments are not available for these short programs
Following the most recent pandemic, Sean provides leadership strategies for seeking accurate information and addressing misinformation in public health. He describes leadership as an opportunity and philosophy rather than an assigned position or authority. Leaders do public health with you and by you - they do not do public health to you or for you.
Leaders must understand how to ethically utilize risk communication strategies for public health interventions. When used properly, this psychological strategy can be used to motivate increases in behavior or increase the ability to accurately rationalize risk. Sean has taught risk communication internationally and teaches leaders the differences between ethical and unethical applications of this strategy. Leaders utilize risk communication strategies guided by science rather than fear and emotion.
Sean continues to train public health professionals in public speaking globally. He understands cultural differences and is an expert in human behavior. Participants will have a chance to practice public speaking with some effective training techniques aimed at improving public speaking skills and abilities. When leaders have a chance to share lessons learned, they do so effectively with outstanding public speaking skills.
Sean is an expert in personality assessment and is a registered neutral in the State of Georgia. A specialist in mediation, coaching, and conflict resolution - he provides participants with an opportunity to explore their personalities and identify, prepare, manage, and recover from conflict in the workplace.
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