Keynote Addresses From the Leaders at Sacred Cow Company
Does History Repeat Itself?
A Safety Keynote Address by Stephen Quesnelle
Does History Repeat Itself is a safety keynote address by author and behavioral safety expert Stephen Quesnelle. This keynote is based on the history of the construction, commissioning, and fateful single voyage of the RMS Titanic. Filled with anecdotes, survivor statements and behavioral insights; the leadership lessons from this tragedy are both chilling and insightful.
If your organization is highly focused on safety, and preventing repeated unsafe acts, this keynote address will be both motivating and compelling to action.
What clients are saying about Does History Repeat Itself:
“As soon as you started to speak, people were riveted to the story…this really applies to us.”
“Awesome; enjoyed the behavioral discussion.”
“Excellent insight. Engaging, great content!”
“Excellent speaker, great info, most interesting topic — could have gone “longer!”
Moments of Impact
A First-Person Perspective on Workplace Safety by Tom Wilson
Moments of Impact is a safety keynote address by Tom Wilson. Tom was the sole survivor of plane crash that tragically killed 7 co-workers on November 16, 2008 en route to an industrial worksite. Tom has taken this experience and developed a world class presentation on risk tolerance, behavioral influences and day-to-day decision making in the workplace to prevent injury.
If your organization is highly focused on safety, and reducing risk tolerance, this powerful keynote address will be both motivating and compelling to action.
What clients are saying about Moments of Impact:
“His presentation was amazing — it was well presented and very impactful. The audience was quite speechless at the end. We appreciated both the personal story and the message that he delivered with it.”
“Tom’s survival story is a testament to his inner strength and personal fortitude. His message hits home and is a strong reinforcement of the responsibility we each have in building a strong safety culture. Understanding and being self-aware of our own risk tolerance, having the courage to speak up, and adopting a discipline and mindset toward prevention are some of Tom’s key messages. I highly recommend Tom Wilson to present to any organization who wishes to improve upon safety performance and the culture surrounding it.”