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In the Trenches: A Practical Workshop on Risk Response

Discover a hands-on learning experience where participants will immerse themselves in a dynamic workshop focused on tackling real-world challenges in risk management. Led by industry experts, this event is designed for professionals seeking practical insights into effective risk response strategies. Roundtable attendees will gain actionable tools and techniques to navigate the complexities of risk management. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and engage with peers in a workshop that goes beyond theory, providing tangible solutions for addressing risks head-on. Secure your spot for a transformative session that empowers you to proactively manage and respond to risks in the trenches of your professional landscape.

April 4
 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. 
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Roundtable Topics & Presenters:

Ozzie Lomax
CEO Lomax Consulting Group

Ozzie brings over 40 years and 59,000+ hours of project management experience, spanning roles at Granite City Steel, KCP&L, Ameren, and his own consulting company. As a Project Management instructor at Washington University and SIU-E, he specializes in scope, risk, and procurement management. PMP certified since 1995 and RMP certified since 2014, Ozzie embodies a life philosophy of Persistence, Agility, & Optimism. With an impressive 92% project success rate over the last decade, he is a seasoned professional dedicated to excellence in project management.

Roundtable Host:

Jeff Vilmer
Leadership Development Facilitator & Coach
Jeff is an inspirational people leader, problem-solver and change agent. He cultivates a high-trust environment where he creates challenging, real-time growth opportunities for emerging leaders – formal and informal. Jeff applies a high-touch, adaptive feedback approach based on the Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership® Model. Situational leadership is a practical, repeatable process leaders can employ to enhance their effectiveness when attempting to influence others.