Jeff McKissack

For over three decades, Jeff McKissack has been addressing the topics of profiling, threat assessment, and risk management to conferences and conventions as well as onsite employee training programs.  Having addressed over 350,000 in live audiences as well as countless millions via radio and television interviews over the years, Jeff remains as passionate about his subject matter today as in his early years working with a renown investigative reporter for the national media.

We often know when something or someone doesn’t seem right, but it is what we do with such feelings and intuition that can determine the outcome of such encounters, whether onsite or offsite, and whether on-the-clock or off-the-clock.  Jeff helps connect the intellect to the instinct to provide both personal as well as professional risk management strategies to avoid harm and/or exploitation.

Jeff has addressed audiences within the medical, legal, financial, real estate, transportation, food service, hospitality, event planning, human resource, risk management, insurance and more industries — often with these approved for continuing education.  He is a contributing writer to several state and national trade publications and author of the book, Power Proverbs for Personal Defense.

It is his obvious passion for this subject matter that makes Jeff a unique and sought-after speaker in this arena.  When asked, Jeff often sums up his message and mission by saying, “my goal is to help you spot trouble ‘before’ trouble spots you.”  And in today’s world, that is a message beneficial to us all.

Presentation Description & Topics

Accountability

What happens when employees on or off the clock create issues and dramas for their employers?  Likewise what could happen if/when employees are compromised via bribery or blackmail as these relate to data security and/or compliance issues for their employers?  How do you go about mitigating such risks with your people, whether on the clock or off the clock, is the focus of this presentation.

Safety, Security & Social Engineering 

This is all about your facilities, your data, your people, and potentially even your vendors being compromised, potentially landing your company in the court room as well as the news room.  The major areas addressed are impersonation, bribery, and blackmail as these relate to your people or those associated with your business (i.e. your vendors).  Learning how to mitigate these risks is vitally important, especially where various compliance issues are concerned.

Addiction

What happens when employees’ addictions lead to compromised operations where data, facilities, money, or property are concerned all because somehow someone caught their vulnerabilities on camera?  What employees are most vulnerable to scenarios of bribery and blackmail and why? How do you go about mitigating such risks with your people, whether on the clock or off the clock is the focus of this presentation.

Risk Management

What happens when employees on or off the clock create issues and dramas for their employers?  Likewise what could happen if/when employees are compromised via bribery or blackmail as these relate to data security and/or compliance issues for their employers?  How do you go about mitigating such risks with your people, whether on the clock or off the clock is the focus of this presentation.

Safety, Security & Social Engineering

This is all about your facilities, your data, your people, and potentially even your vendors being compromised, potentially landing your company in the court room as well as the news room.  The major areas addressed are impersonation, bribery, and blackmail as these relate to your people or those associated with your business (i.e. your vendors).  Learning how to mitigate these risks is vitally important, especially where various compliance issues are concerned.

Predicting Violent Behavior

This presentation is about learning how to better assess potentially harmful situations as well as potentially harmful people, whether on the clock or off the clock, onsite or offsite.  Typically this presentation is customized to the specific industry to which it is delivered, so while the principles and strategies remain the same, their applications vary, especially in relation to internal vs. external employee issues and concerns.

Violence in the Workplace

Broadening Concerns In…

This presentation is customized by industry such as medical facilities, manufacturing, property management, real estate, event planning, financial planning/wealth management, and more.  Further customization may incorporate those issues and concerns related to employee scenarios where most work either inside traditional workplaces vs. those who work outside traditional workplaces.  Finally, legal and liability concerns are addressed as well as plaintiff attorney strategies where claims of negligence arise to insure costly settlements or judgments following such instances as well as what documentation is needed to mitigate such claims and risks.

Predicting Violent Behavior

This presentation is about learning how to better assess potentially harmful situations as well as potentially harmful people, whether on the clock or off the clock, onsite or offsite.  Typically this presentation is customized to the specific industry to which it is delivered, so while the principles and strategies remain the same, their applications vary, especially in relation to internal vs. external employee issues and concerns.