David Turner is a senior executive and trusted advisor with 18 years' experience in the security and risk management industry. David has a unique blend of expertise across these diverse areas with a focus on risk management of human behaviour: one of the more complex, dynamic and often over-looked areas of the industry. A strong leader, David has played critical roles in significant projects across Australia and abroad.
David currently advises global corporations in the mining, construction and security sectors on pertinent issues and provides services through the international Gerson Lehrman Group's (GLG) consultancy and research units. He was a key advisor for several Perth companies on risk and security measures throughout the high profile Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) held in Perth in 2011.
David's meticulous manner and diligent, honest work ethic, along with superior leadership skills were honed during his career foundation years with the Australian Army. Since then he has held successful tenures as Defence Project Manager at Chubb Security and Chief of Security for the Corps of Commissionaires before founding and leading Foresight Security in 2007. David has also lectured at Curtin and Murdoch Universities, the Police Academy of WA and the International Security Academy (ISTA).
What sets David apart from others in the field is his blend of first-class people skills with his security and risk management acumen. Through his broad career David has developed an impressive ability to not only address all security factors and implement measures to rectify the issues, but he does so in a manner that empowers his clients.
David Turner travels from Western Australia Australia
What is CPTED? Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Design out crime by empowering your staff and the community to be fully security aware and become the eyes and the ears within your environment.
'1 Lethal' Risk Manager
In this 110 minute workshop, learn the inside knowledge to you help you ‘transform’ from being a management expert to a highly skilled Risk Manager no matter what your current role.
The Effective Leader: True Leadership Using Risk Principles
Leadership within small and large business is never easy; there are many obstacles, liabilities, personalities and risk factors to consider when becoming a leader, or continuing to lead a team in today’s demanding business environment.
Your School: Risk Management
Due to escalating risk throughout all schools David Turner now offers critical & specific risk based & interactive workshops & site assessment options. Risk Management Workshops for staff & or students.
Boardroom Holy Grail: Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance and Risk Management technique now need to go hand in hand to achieve real company sustainability, high growth & corporate success.
Counter Terrorism: Being Business Ready
Businesses large & small are all at risk of terrorism. Do you know how to identify risk? Are you ready to practice simple but effective procedures in the event of a terrorism crisis?
IT and Real Risk - How to Manage these Correctly
Risk Management & IT security go hand in hand through advanced risk identification and assessment, combined with sustainable corporate governance methods & viable organisational risk measures.
A Risky Affair
Gain the ability to manage projects no matter how complex through the use of correct risk management leadership & communication.
Be the Risk Manager
In addition business managers need to learn how to engage with their employees via Risk Management techniques, developing them into becoming their organisations greatest asset. Risk Management needs to become the PULSE of your corporate environment.
Creditors and Risk
David Turner combines Risk Management expertise & real experience with the management of creditors in this interactive, empowering and engaging workshop
- 'Risk Management combined with Leadership'
- Risk Management
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