Jeff did a fabulous job for us. He started our conference off with a real vibrant presentation that got everyone talking and thinking. Just what we had hoped he would do. I am very happy to say that I would recommend Jeff to any other safety conference group looking for a dynamic and vibrant speaker with a topic that dovetails nicely with the needs and challenges of the occupational health and safety world. And you can quote me on that
We hired Jeff to speak on workplace safety leadership at two of our annual manager meetings. His work was so impactful and relevant that we engaged him again to lead an event for our field supervisors and our the leadership of many of our key subcontractors. The feedback we received from all three events was overwhelmingly positive. The audience felt engaged and inspired, but more importantly, they were motivated to change their behavior.
Odie, Thank you for a great keynote and opening our leadership workshop yesterday. I received fantastic feedback that you ‘NAILED IT’ with the message!
I work at JSC (NASA Johnson Space Center) and listened to your talk today via the live video from my desk. I just wanted to thank you for your talk and sharing your personal experiences. I found your talk very inspirational and a good reminder of how important the small things can be when it comes to safety and inspiring others. I’m going to order your book online to read and share with my coworkers and management.Thank you again!
Odie gets the message across to his audience. He spoke to over 5,000 of our utility employees. His content and body language sinks so well that his message stays with his audience for long time.
We had 591 people attend Odie’s presentation at our refinery on January 19th and 20th. Everyone that I have spoken to agreed that Odie was the best speaker we have ever had.
Jeff “Odie” Espenship
Odie’s unique edutaining-speaking-persona will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you laugh again.
“When it comes to operational excellence in the workplace, you won’t remember every word I say, but you will never forget how I made you feel about always doing things right!”
As a former USAF fighter pilot and current international airline pilot, Odie also flew a 1943 T-6 “Texan” on the airshow circuit. A tragic aviation accident took the life of his brother; Odie shares his personal leadership role in that loss as a catalyst to inspire audiences around the world in leadership safety fundamentals.
“Everyone is a leader! We all influence the behaviors of others! What is going to be your legacy?
Wes “Dahmer” Sharp
Wes served our country as an F/A-18 Fighter Pilot in the USMC and is currently a Culture Workshop Faciltator for the US Naval Safety Center. Wes was involved in a harrowing mid-air collision that served as the genesis for his passion for safety.