Beyond This Point There Be Dragons, Managing Dynamic Change
HRPBC February Program, will feature Gerry Hoeffner - one of the top rated presentations at HR Florida. Don't miss this opportunity to learn in a very interactive setting.... "Beyond This Point There Be Dragons, Managing Dynamic Change".
Today’s fast-paced economy demands that businesses either change or die. The competitive pressures keep increasing, the pace of change keeps accelerating and companies must continually search for higher level of quality, service and overall business agility. The treadmill moves faster, companies work harder, but results improve slowly or not at all. Few companies manage corporate transformations well as they would like. Read More...
What they're saying (Feedback from Previous Participants):
- Gerry was the highest rated presenter at our conference. He set the stage for the entire program. His energy and humor was invaluable. - John Kraczkowski, Workforce Development Board of the Treasure Coast.
- Attendees of Gerry's presentation called it "outstanding", "interesting" and "insightful" as well as describing his syle as "energetic". We all had a great time and enjoyed his presentation immensely. - Libby Anderson, American Society of Training and Development of Southwest Florida – Fort Myers, Florida
Beyond This Point There Be Dragons
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Palm Beach Gardens Marriott, 4000 RCA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
About the Speaker
Gerry Hoeffner is President of Personnel Dynamics Consulting Group, which specializes in Change Management, Corporate Culture Enhancement and Employee Development. Gerry has over 25 years of employee development experience. His passion for the study of human behavior and his experience in manufacturing, retail sales, financial services, and the medical field provides a broad spectrum of insight and knowledge to his work. Gerry is known throughout the U.S. and Canada for his high-energy presentations, humor and a “straight talking” approach to managing the human side of your business.
He is considered one of the most exciting voices in the field of workforce development and organizational change. He has been featured in HR Magazine for his work on the Workforce 2020 program. His “Best Places To Work” program and the St. Lucie County HR Association was one of six recipients worldwide of the 2002 National Pinnacle Award from the Society for Human Resource Management. His work has been featured in the “HR Florida Review”, “Business Journal of Southwest Florida” “Solutions Magazine, “Stores Magazine” and many more.
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