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MAR 2019

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66 Security Business / / March 2019 O nce you get to the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas, there are treasures to be found beyond – rather beneath – the show floor, in the form of valuable educational opportu- nities for security integrators. In fact, the show opens with a full day of education without the show floor open, so integrators can maxi- mize their learning time. From run- ning a successful business, to emerging technologies and markets, be sure to head downstairs at the Sands to check out some of these sessions targeted at security integrators (access the full SIA Education@ISC West agenda at Integrator Education at ISC West 2019 Check out these key integrator-focused sessions during your trip to Las Vegas By Paul Rothman SIA Education@ISC West sessions run April 9-11. Photo: ISC West 2019 EDUCATION PREVIEW DAY: APRIL 9 Session: The Emerging Leader – The Change Agent in the Security Industry Start time: 8:30 a.m. Location: Sands 309 Part of the PSA Security Network track for integrators, learn from a panel of integrators who will outline funda- mental management skills, strategic perspectives and key behaviors of emerging security business leaders. Session: Integrating Millennials into Security Organizations Start time: 8:30 a.m. Location: Sands 101 Angela Osborne, Regional Director, Guidepost Solutions, and Michael Brzozowski, Risk & Compliance Manager - Physical Security, Symcor will present new research based on a comprehensive survey of young pro- fessionals in the risk management field and extensive research on how other sectors are integrating millennials into their organizations. Session: How to Ensure Your Project Will Fail - Lessons from the Field Start time: 10:15 a.m. Location: Sands 307 Benjamin Butchko, CPP, President of Butchko Inc., will cite examples of what works and where projects faced delays and cost overruns due to weak- nesses in leadership. Project overviews and vision are provided, why certain projects were heading straight for dismal failure, and what was done to resurrect the victims from the ashes. Session: Succession Planning – Hiring, Retaining and Developing Teams to Keep Your Business Running Smoothly Start time: 10:15 a.m. Location: Sands 309 Part of the PSA Security Network track for integrators, succession planning for all positions is critical to the conti- nuity of business, employee retention, and short- and long-term success. Session: Building a Culture of Accountability Start time: 11:30 a.m. Location: Sands 309 Part of the PSA Security Network track for integrators, learn from a diverse panel how to improve the culture of your business, where employees are engaged and seek ownership –includ- ing how to work with your teams and best practices. Session: A Next Level of Awareness – LiDAR Applications for Security Start time: 11:30 a.m. Location: Sands 302 Explore different use cases for LiDAR (light detection and ranging) sensors within the security sector. LiDAR secu- rity systems use AI to classify and track intruders. Executives from Quanergy

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