Todd A. Osborn MSM/PM,
Company5Phases Emergency Management Consulting
Associations82D Airborne Association, 11th Cavalry Association, ASIS, and Resilience Building Leadership Program
How Far Are You Willing to Travel?Nationwide
Exercises, Drills & TrainingAdvanced Evacuations- Beyond the basics. Creating dynamic, effective drills that continuously improve your readiness program.
Formal Pre and After-Action Reviews: Why they're critical and how to conduct them.
First Aid, CPR & Household PreparednessCreating and Implementing an effective home preparedness program.
Sorting through the maze of emergency bags (Everyday Carry (EDC), Bug-Out Bag (BOB), 72-hour, and I'm Never Coming Home (INCH). their uses and their importance in your personal readiness.
Leadership, Communication & MotivationalCrisis Communications; critical functionality and 3 things that are critical to effectively communicating.
Do you really understanding your corporate security, emergency management, and business continuity programs - A course for executive leadership.
Pitfall and Ambushes, Horror Stories and Lessons Learned from 25 years in Emergency Management.
Lessons from an Intelligence Officer; How asking "Why" and "What If" are essential to building robust programs.
OtherThe "Watershed Protocol" an innovative method of handling evacuees.
Moving your guard force from contract to in-house, Lessons Learned
Implementing an armed guard force, Lessons Learned.
Preparedness, Continuity, & Contingency PlanningAdapting the U.S Army's "Intelligence of the Battlefield" techniques for use in the private sector preparedness/readiness programs.
Creating your footprints; How adopting the U.S Army's "Defining the Battlefield" benefits private sector security, emergency management, and business continuity programs.
Moving the focus of your Workplace Violence Programs from Response to Intervention and Prevention.
Program Development, Assessment & Staff ManagementThreat Assessments, Business Impacts Analysis, Gap Analysis, and Needs Assessment. Why they're important and how they work together.
The importance of using industry standards and best practices in building and maintaining your emergency management programs.
ResilienceHow resilient teams improve your emergency management programs and contribute to a learning organization.
TerrorismThe importance of robust emergency preparedness and physical security programs in a cyber world.
SummaryFormer Army Intelligence Officer, Paratrooper, Cavalryman, Logistician, and Certified Resilience-Building Leadership Professional Trainer (RBLP-T) with over 25 years of proven international leadership and operations experience in both the defense and private sectors. My adaptation of Military Intelligence processes and procedures to the private sector has earned me the distinction as one of the industry’s most progressive and strategic thinkers.
HighlightsA consultant, trainer, coach, project, and program manager. I have managed projects and led global emergency management programs for multinational corporations in the manufacturing and finance sectors. I was a Cold War Nuclear Weapons Specialist. I participated in Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Operations in the Balkan Conflict, a Toastmaster Competent Speaker/Leader and Past-President of two Project Management Institute Chapters and John Deere Credit Toastmaster International. I received the U.S. Army's Humanitarian Service Medal to respond to Hurricane Fran in 1995.
My previous engagements include:
- Project Management Institute Southwest Ohio Chapter, PMI Mega Event
- National Safety Conference
- SendwordNow Webinar
- Siemens Conference
- CPM East Conference
- Breakout Session
- Planning/Meeting Facilitation
- Remote/Webinar/Live Video
Cancellation PolicyStrict: 50% refund up until 1 month prior to event, except fees (travel and service)
Price Range$500 To $0
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|Event Title||Event Date||Location|
|Workplace Violence||June 12, 2021||"Resiligence" Webinar|
Overall rating 5.0Overall 5.0Content 5.0Delivery 5.0
Session or Topic : Emergency Preparedness and Response
Todd is an engaging and inviting speaker who happily shares his vast experiences in emergency preparedness and response due to a passion to help others. Todd's easy-going and good-humored approach to important and sometimes intense topics helps to pull the audience in to his stories, which increases the learning potential. I highly recommend Todd as a speaker and contributor of his education, knowledge, experience, and personality to hold and audience captive and leave them with an improved understanding for emergency response, and steps to better prepare.
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