Communication & Safety Speaker Brian Carter
Improve Safety with Likable Communication and Adaptive Management
Keynote speaker Brian Carter has spent the last 20 years studying, developing and teaching:
- Effective Communication,
- Attractive Messaging, and
- Likable Leadership.
Is your organization communicating well enough to create the kind of safety culture you need?
Are your “big three” generations working together as a powerful unbeatable team?
No one will follow an unattractive leader who can’t communicate clearly with likability.
In Brian’s safety programs, you’ll laugh and learn about likable communication so you can increase the safety levels in your organization!
Questions And Answers About Brian’s Safety Presentation
The title of your presentation is “Getting Social With Safety.” What are some highlights or key themes you get across during your programs?
“How to Connect and Communicate to Persuade People to Take Action” is the overall theme. But segments include:
- The #1 communication problem that causes safety accidents, and how to fix it.
- How likability and adaptability improve safety.
- How to create an instant, likable connection with anyone to improve safety culture.
- How to grab attention so you can pass safety info on quickly and effectively.
- New methods top companies are trying to attract and retain more employees.
- How to integrate new communications training with your existing safety programs and materials.
- How millennials think and communicate differently, and how to adjust to fit them.
What are the key tips you hope our attendees will take away from your keynote?
- How to be more social with your coworkers so you keep each other safe on the job.
- How to connect and communicate a more likable safety message more likely to get quick agreement.
- How to become more persuasive and likable in your work.
- How to get people to care more about safety, about each other, about you and about the company.
Powerful Safety Speaker With a Message That Sticks
How do you improve the safety culture of your organization?
Better communication creates a safer workplace no matter what’s going on!
“People should be listening to Brian Carter! I got more out of Brian’s keynote than all the other sessions. Knowledgeable and FUN, actionable takeaways. Kudos, Brian, I will be following you on social media.”
Heather Floyd, Valley Telecom
“Very impressed. Impactful, fun and interesting. One of the leaders. We had a blast.”
Jason Jell, ThermoFisher Scientific
“Outstanding presentation! Has us thinking differently. Easy executable steps made everyone there comfortable and intrigued.”
James McDonald, Keystone Automotive
“Outstanding. Unique style of delivery, well received. One of a kind!”
Nicole Massaro, PrideStaff
“On point, knowledgeable, educational AND entertaining. Easy to understand with solid takeaways. Our audience is certainly not digital and social savvy. Nothing but positive comments from the attendees.”
Mike Behr, Lighting One
Safety Program Descriptions
Getting Social With Safety
Whether you need to turn things around or keep your amazing zero incident record from leading to laziness, this fun, customized talk will get your people laughing, learning and inspired to create a culture of safety while maintaining productivity.
This program focuses on the top tips and secrets of using social media, both online and offline, to increase your ability to change behavior, whether you’re helping leaders move change through their locations or getting workers to look out for each other on the job site. Brian is for real. He’s learned and practiced safety himself around giant landscaping equipment and in life-threatening mountaineering situations, and the U.S. Army asked him to use humor to help them convince their newest soldiers to do stupid things less often. Brian deftly combines those experiences into key takeaways such as how to connect likability and persuasive communication to engineer a safety culture. He delivers those takeaways using a humorous approach that will have serious impact on your event.
Generation “Why” Safety?
Attracting, Uniting and Keeping Your Big Three Generations Safe
Millennials are here and they’re definitely different… and uniquely valuable. This program talks about the different types of Millennials, what they want, how they view safety and what you can do about it! How do you make use of their social media skills? Each of the big three generations, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials, has strengths and special skills- what are they? How do you attract more Millennials? How do you make sure every generation improves safety culture and sticks after an incident? How do you get all your generations working better as a team? This fun, customizable, research-based presentation is a safe way to get all generations laughing, learning and motivated to come together to form Voltron, creating unbeatably strong and safe intergenerational teams inside your company.
Paying Attention to Safety
How Social Media Attracts Attention to Safety Messages and Safety Culture
Get ready to laugh and learn as this high-energy social media program reveals how the safest organizations use social media to successfully enhance communication and strengthen safety culture, regardless of their size, budget or training.
Social media guru and bestselling author Brian Carter delivers a high-impact program that answers two giant questions: How do you get big safety results with social media? And what does it teach us about ourselves and our employees that can improve our lives and rocket us ahead of our competitors? With an emphasis on takeaways you can put into practice on Monday morning, this program shows you how safety programs get social without wasting time or money!
Advanced Social Media Safety
Are your employees already using social media to create a stronger safety culture? Are you ready to take the next step and build out private social networks and discussion groups for your organization’s specific internal safety initiatives and campaigns?
This powerful and entertaining program is ideal for safety leaders and managers who need a training or breakout to take their internal social media program to the next level. Based on industry research and peppered with fun stories and jokes, Brian guides each safety audience through the options, advantages and ins and outs of putting advanced social media safety into practice in their own organization.
Safety Speaker Bio
Brian Carter has spent 20 years helping companies with technology, marketing, sales, safety and leadership. He worked with The U.S. Army on training videos for their BOSS Safety Factor program. With clients among the Fortune 500 and all size organizations, he knows what kind of communication builds safe cultures and strong teams.
Brian has a long history in safety, beginning at the age of 16 with a job in building maintenance and operations: Brian’s boss accidentally cut open his own palm, then proceeded to explain why he preferred duct tape to medical stitches. Brian learned far better safety principles over the next 30 years in his work in construction, automotive and rock climbing. He is also trained and licensed in medical safety techniques.
Brian Carter is the #1 bestselling author of three books. As a speaker, he delivers a unique combination of motivation, comedy and practical tips that inspire audiences with exactly what to do next. A highly-rated presenter with rave reviews, Brian has keynoted for companies all the way up to top 50 Fortune 500. IBM hand-picked him to be one of their influencers and LinkedIn called him, “One of the top experts you need to listen to.”
Brian is regularly sourced by major media including ABC News, Bloomberg TV, Mashable, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Entrepreneur Magazine. He has an overall reach of more than 250,000 fans through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. He has taught more than 50,000 students and reaches more than 3 million people annually. Brian’s hands-on experience, cutting edge insights, and background in improv and stand up comedy culminate in a keynote speaker and trainer who leaves every audience not just entertained, but armed with powerful strategies and tactics.