Webinar: Using Your Guard Force to Create Organizational Wide Value
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Produced By: Security Services Council
Cost / Registration
$10.00 / Person
Registration is now closed.
American Alarm & Communications
297 Broadway – Conference Center
Arlington, MA 02474
Parking along all intersecting streets
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Soda, water and cookies will be provided by ASIS Boston Chapter. We recommend bringing your own lunch.
About the webinar
Today’s corporations are dealing with the challenges of a recovering economy, the constant clamoring for economies of scale, and operational efficiency. These factors coupled with an extremely competitive marketplace have many organizations looking at their security force value proposition. Simply providing a warm body or decent security program is no longer acceptable. Security programs must define and prove their value to the entire organization. This webinar explores how to create and define the value proposition for your security program.
About the speakers
Leon A. Beresford, CPP
Mr. Beresford has 27 years of experience in the security and safety industry with 25 of those years in management. In 2007 he joined Admiral Security Services and is currently vice president of corporate operations for the Nation Capitol Region/headquarters office where he is responsible for providing strategic leadership for Admiral’s largest division. He has a degree in security administration, a certificate in security management, has completed the Executive Leadership Program at Vanderbilt University Owens School of Management, and has received numerous certifications from DHS in the areas of incident command and threat and risk assessments.
Angel Ross, CPP, SPHR
Ms. Ross, vice president of quality management, is a 15-year veteran of professional security. In her current role, she oversees training, corporate communications, and quality/performance management. A certified self-defense instructor and licensed schoolteacher, Ms. Ross has primarily been involved in human resource and training roles within the contract security industry, and has provided consultation services and individual support to various external organizations. Ms. Ross has a master’s degree in human resources, has achieved top training awards and honors, and was named a Top Ten “Top Young Trainer” for Training Magazine in 2010.