Would you like to SEE how colleges can create huge advantages by PREVENTING incidents and tragedies?

4 Quick Questions on Preventing:

  • Would you prefer to prevent incidents and consequences from happening or would you prefer to continue reacting/responding to them?
  • Did you know 99.9% of people prefer preventing?
  • Why do hundreds and hundreds of post-event reports and lessons learned reveal most incidents on Higher Education campuses were preventable but prevention efforts failed?
  • Do you have a Prevention Coach? (see analogy below)

Soaring Challenges and Costs

Soaring Challenges in Higher Education violence, homegrown terrorism, sexual assaults, gender-based violence, weapons on campus, activism/social justice, protests, Title IX compliance/investigations, and more…

Soaring Costs in Higher Education loss of life, news headlines, security expenses, reputation damage, legal fees, lawsuits/settlements, athletics, keeping students in school, new student enrollment, media scrutiny, federal investigations, and more…

Timing is everything!!! While students are not in class, this is the perfect time for you and your institution’s leaders to SEE REAL PREVENTION SOLUTIONS and PREVENTION TOOLS that are working across the nation in other higher education institutions.

99.9% of people want REAL PREVENTING, unfortunately, most conferences and summits are discussions of processes, policies, guidelines, training, assessments and other “recipes” … the evidence-based data is overwhelming and clear if all you have is “recipes” you will never get the results you want. To get the results you want, you need the RIGHT TOOLS!

The Gallup Organization says “everyone needs a coach“. Awareity’s founder and CEO says, “everyone needs a Preventing Coach“. Higher Education institutions employ a lot of coaches (some are very expensive), but few if any have a Preventing Coach which makes no sense with so many lives at stake, precious and valuable reputations at stake, and the institution’s bottom line facing more and more risks.


Morning Session: Tuesday, December 20, 2016 – 11:00am-12:00pm (Central)

Afternoon Session: Wednesday, December 21, 2016 – 2:00pm – 3:00pm (Central)