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Employment Consultants To Speak at PPC Meeting

February 15, 2013
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SPRINGFIELD, MA—Feb. 11, 2013—Two experts on employment issues are scheduled to speak at The Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC)’s Spring Meeting: Outlook and Strategies Conference on April 3-5, 2013 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN.

Former Vice President of Operations of the Association of Independent Corrugated Converters (AICC) and consultant and owner of New Millennium Systems John Bacot will describe the science behind finding new business, sustaining business growth, and recruiting successful salespeople.

In an interactive workshop, licensed psychologist Dr. Ann Bowers-Evangelista, President and founder of Llumos, LLC, will discuss the issues inherent in managing an aging workforce and how to best transfer unique skillsets to the next generation. Ann has nearly fifteen years of consulting expertise in executive assessment, leadership development and coaching, succession planning, and talent development.

“We’re pleased to present an employment segment at our Spring Meeting,” said Ben Markens, President of PPC. “John and Ann’s expertise in finding the best sales force and creating effective continuity plans are paramount issues for converters as they prime their businesses for long-term prosperity.”

Registration for the meeting is now available here

Source: PPC


 

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Mark Longnecker - Posted on March 11, 2013
I've heard Ann speak twice now and her content and delivery are outstanding, thought-provoking, and very insightful on the subject of generational change. You won't want to miss her workshop at the Spring PPC meeting in Nashville.
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Mark Longnecker - Posted on March 11, 2013
I've heard Ann speak twice now and her content and delivery are outstanding, thought-provoking, and very insightful on the subject of generational change. You won't want to miss her workshop at the Spring PPC meeting in Nashville.