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    Workplace Violence: Preparing for an event at your company. (Half Day Symposium Event)

    Date: November 29, 2016, 12:00pm – 4:30pm
    Location:
    Castle of the Knights
    1599 Memorial Drive
    Chicopee, MA
    Price:
    Associate Members $35 / Guests: $75 payable at the door
    Event Type:
    Program
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    Terry ChoateSpeaker: Terry Choate - Blue U

    Terry Choate is a full-time Lt. with the Jaffrey Police Department where he has served for the past 11 years. Prior to a career change to law enforcement, Lt Choate spent over 20 years serving in Vice President and upper-level management positions in several large and Fortune 500 corporations in the areas of Sales and Marketing, and Operations Management. He is also the Team Commander of the Monadnock Regional Special Response Team. Terry is an author and subject matter expert for businesses, associations, hospitals and media outlets. His passion for personal, business, and school safety; understanding those who victimize others and how/why they do so; how our minds work to make both good and bad decisions; how to influence others and the outcomes of situations; and practical and effective means and methods to solve problems associated with protecting lives started far before becoming a police officer when he was in his early teens.

    To find out more about Blue U click here: http://www.blue-u.com

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