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2019 Human Performance, Root Cause, & Trending (HPRCT) Conference
June 17-21, 2019
Cheyenne Mountain Resort
Colorado Springs, Colorado
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HOPE Consulting, LLC
Owner/President
Dallas, Texas
Rey Gonzalez  Owner/President of HOPE Consulting LLC Rey Gonzalez has spent most his professional life working to improve safety, efficiency and profitability through the enhancement of human performance.  Rey has done so with a keen focus on improving coaching and mentoring as well as helping management and workers understand how to use the Human Performance Tools in a manner to most effectively minimize their potential for making mistakes on the job, as well as in helping supervisors and managers become excellent coaches and role models of desired behaviors. Rey helps management understand their role and responsibilities with providing a strong organization with effective defenses in place to minimize mistakes and eliminate undesirable events. Rey is a power plant professional with 38 years of diversified technical and organizational experience in the areas of operations, training, quality assurance, work management and performance improvement including; Cause Analysis (the Corrective Action Program), Self-Assessment, and Human Performance (HU).  Of note are Rey's contributions in his development of (1) Coaching to Enhance Performance®, an approach to coaching that has received tremendous results (and rave reviews for its effectiveness) within various industries; (2) Trigger Training™ which is a first of its kind training in human error reduction; and (3) Executive level mentoring to enhance leader behaviors and coaching skills for culture transformation in performance and safety improvement.  Ron Farris,  Subject Matter Expert at HOPE Consulting LLC  Dynamic problem solver who utilizes High Reliability Operations, Resilience Engineering, and Human Performance skills and knowledge to solve complex problems. An effective communicator who can work with all levels of the organization to resolve identified issues with creative solutions. Over thirty years of combined experience in nuclear operations, nuclear maintenance, industrial safety, and human factors research. Previously an adjunct professor at the University of Idaho teaching courses in support of the Human Performance Certificate Program and Accident Investigation.