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  1. Don Phin

    Don Phin

    Attorney

    United States

    I am a 30 yr plus employment lawyer, entrepreneur, speaker, author and consultant. Here's ten ways I can help: 1- audit your HR and compliance practices 2- train your leaders, managers and employees 3- help you solve personnel problems 4- coach you and your managers, 5- manage the HR person for you 6- coach on using HR technology, programs and tools 7- strategize on ways to better hire, perform and retain 8 - understand how technology, robotics and AI will affect how you grow and manage your workforce 9- investigation of personnel matters 10- occasional recruitment project

    $221.11 /hr
    0 hours
    0.00
  2. Miko Gallego

    Miko Gallego

    Team Leader / Supervisor / Project Manager

    Philippines - Tests: 6

    I have been a Team Leader for more than 2 years. I have been working in a BPO industry for more than 8 years and have been with Sales, Collections and Customer service departments throughout my career. Prior to being a Team Leader, I was also tapped to be a Performance Coach who handled employee overall performance and as well as a Communication Coach who handled the overall communication skills of my team.

    $7.78 /hr
    116 hours
    5.00
  3. Tejas Subrahmanya

    Tejas Subrahmanya Agency Contractor

    Strategy Consultant

    India - Tests: 4

    A versatile individual with industry and academic experience, comes with expertise in developing strategic plans, recruitment, payroll administration, plan compensation and benefits programs, develop and implement performance management systems, project management, handle employee relations and involve in planning and executing teaching assignments. Projects handled 1. ERP Application for a well known Not for Profit Company in Shimla 2. HRIS for a leading animation studio in Hyderabad 3. Implement a Performance Management System for a leading network and system integration company in Hyderabad 4. Business Development for HR consulting, signed up leading software companies in Hyderabad for offering HR consulting services

    Associated with: Surajaya Consultants

    $22.22 /hr
    7 hours
    5.00
  4. Alan Short

    Alan Short

    President and General Manager

    United States - Tests: 1

    Is your business exactly where you want it to be? You don’t have any any problems to solve or improvements to make? Is your business perfect? Probably not. Even those of us who have taken on the challenge of helping others improve, and sometimes transform, their businesses have problems and work to improve on a daily basis. (Shhhh!, don’t tell anyone, but we make a lot of mistakes too. Good mistakes that still move us forward and even some where we ask ourselves what we were thinking. But the progress is always forward and tomorrow always turns out to be better than yesterday.) So if you want to improve on any or all of the following then we can help you without a shadow of a doubt: • Revenue generation • New sources of revenue • Profit • Costs • Quality • Customer service / satisfaction • Time • Frustration • Employee engagement • Delays • Problem Solving • Control • Processes and systems • Value creation and delivery It is not magic. Everything we do is something you could do all on your own. You could teach yourself and do it. The problem is that you are running a business and probably don’t have the time to learn and even less time to make costly mistakes and missteps. We all need help with things for which we either do not have the time, resources, or talent. If we did we would be perfect. No one is. If you want to generate more revenue (and profits) through better marketing then we can help. If you want improved profits, problems solved permanently, fewer surprises, and happier customers (or patients, clients, patrons, etc.) then we can help. If you want to free up more of your time to do what you do best and enjoy while letting others do the same and still enjoy the increased revenue and profits and reduced problems, then we can help.

    $75.00 /hr
    5 hours
    0.00
  5. Leopoldo N.

    Leopoldo N.

    Innovation Consultant & Experienced Executive in Supply Chain

    Venezuela - Tests: 12

    A results-driven, self motivated and resourceful Senior Manager, with proven ability and large expertise in management, with over 20 years of multicultural experience in logistics & Supply Chain Management Possess excellent communication skills and able to establish sustainable and profitable relationships with customers, suppliers and stakeholders across the world. Creative strategist and effective planner , outstanding track record in developing and implementing change management & process re-engineering strategies. Work well independently or as a part of a team; Trilingual Spanish, English and Italian

    $22.22 /hr
    0 hours
    0.00
  6. Mellissa Rempfer

    Mellissa Rempfer

    Income Development Coach, Business Development, and Trainer

    United States - Tests: 2

    Everyone in business is looking to maximize their resources whether it is time or money. I walk the talk and help people grow in areas that they are weaker or need an extra set of hands. Whether it is a quick few hours to a long term project I bring all of my skill sets to bring out the best results for you. I can oversee and manage projects or develop a new program, training, or product. I can also help and take the burden of doing the time consuming tasks that drain or tax your capacity. Feel free to contact me. 25% of all my contracts get donated to charities.

    $50.00 /hr
    51 hours
    0.00
  7. Mitch Thrower

    Mitch Thrower

    Financier, Entrepreneur, Author and 22x Ironman Triathlete

    United States - Portfolio: 8

    Mitch Thrower | Bio Mitch Thrower is an entrepreneur, financier, business strategist, author and triathlete. Mitch Thrower is the Founder and Chairman of Events.com, the leading provider of cloud-based applications for event and participant management that includes Activity Registration, Ticketing, Affinity Management, Content Management, Business Analytics, and Customer Outreach. Thrower also serves as Chairman of The La Jolla Foundation, a 501c3 foundation whose primary initiative is Project Active, providing money, mentoring, encouragement and education to areas of world tension. Specifically — sending sports equipment to children in war zones. Thrower was the Co-Founder of Active.com (The Active Network, Inc.). He also launched ActiveEurope.com (Active Europe Network) as Co-Founder and CEO. Active went Public before selling to Vista for 1.05 billion. Thrower was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Triathlete Magazine, the world's largest triathlon magazine where he also served as Chairman. He has also served as the Chief Interactive Officer, Strategist & Senior Correspondent for the Competitor Group (CGI), the active lifestyle industry's leading media and event entertainment company. Thrower spoke at his university graduation at Saint Lawrence University, and has lectured at many colleges such as Stanford University, Anderson School at UCLA, UCSD and the University of San Diego where he served as the "Entrepreneur in Residence" teaching Entrepreneurship. Thrower was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Triathlete Magazine, the world's largest triathlon magazine where he also served as Chairman. He has also served as the New Media Officer, Strategist & Senior Correspondent for the Competitor Group (CGI). Thrower is an active member of TED.com and the Executive Producer of TEDxLaJolla, an independently organized TED event. He is the Author of "The Attention Deficit Workplace: Winning Strategies for Success in Today's Fast-Paced Business Environment," published by Lyons Press and he has authored of the popular monthly column, "Starting Lines" in Triathlete Magazine for more than a decade. He was also the co-author of the travel guide The Passport which, for several years was distributed to 50,000 college students before traveling abroad each year. In 1990, Thrower co-founded his first company and served as CEO of The College/Rail Connection, Inc., serving American Express, AT&T, and Eurail until he sold the venture in 1997. Thrower holds a bachelor's degree from Saint Lawrence University and an MBA from the University of San Diego. He has competed in 22 Ironman Triathlons, including 13 World Championships. He is the only photo journalist to ever photograph and video the Ironman Triathlon World Championships while competing in the event. Currently a resident of La Jolla, CA, Thrower is an East Coast native whose father, Fred Thrower was a television pioneer as Vice President of NBC, and also as president of WPIX-TV in New York City and is known for his holiday creation of the televised "Yule Log." Thrower's mother, Lori, worked as an assistant for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

    $588.88 /hr
    0 hours
    0.00
  8. Andrew C.

    Andrew C.

    Agile Coach, Lean IdeaLab, Project Manager, Certified Scrum Master

    United States - Tests: 1

    I have 17 years of experience. Using Agile and Lean, I created the Lean IdeaLab which successfully took the Lean Startup to an established company to quickly innovate. In the first 4 sprints/iterations (8 weeks total), we created 4 MVP's (see below for more info). We created a Lean User Advisory Panel of 850 enthusiastic users without spending a dime. I will show you how to quickly set up a Lean IdeaLab and why every company should have one! Agile and Scrum Coaching: I also provide Agile and Scrum coaching (I'm a CSM and CSPO). I've been a Sr. Program Manager for over 10 years. If you have a team of 8 and I help you achieve just a 5% improvement, that is over $40,000 in just one year. You're looking for results - as there is a LOT of bad Agile and Scrum out there. When looking for a great Agile coach, ask the following questions: -How often do you actually deploy to production (we deploy every two weeks on the night the sprint ends! We've done this for years now.) -How many teams have you successfully started up? (I've started up 5) -How long have you been a Scrum Master (I've been one for over 5 years on multiple teams) -Have you ever been coached or consulted by outside Agile coaches? (I've worked with Lyssa Adkins, author of Coaching Agile Teams and Accenture.) -How well does your team complete what they've committed? (For 2012, we completed 95.5% of what we committed to!) -What percentage of production bug fixes were made (For 2012, we only spent 1.2% of sprint points for production bugs, achieving very high quality). I love Agile and Scrum (I've even applied it to how the software engineers reporting to me set their goals for their performance appraisal). What you'll get with me: Instead of taking a consultant approach and saying how you need to improve x, y, z, I take a coaching approach where I find out your situation and context, and work with you and your team(s) to come up with changes they buy into and want to make. It is a very different approach than a consultant. Now, about the Lean IdeaLab: We achieved some amazing results in just the first 4 sprints (total of 8 weeks): -4 MVP’s - Created 4 Minimum Viable Products (MVP’s), including our first mobile app -User Advisory Panel – We sent out a survey and later received over 850 responses to join our panel -Lean IdeaJam - Organized our first off-site IdeaJam session with 10 cross-departmental employees -Companywide Presentation and Survey of MVP’s and future Plans and Ideas – Why we waited until we had 3 MVP’s to show the company before we announced the IdeaLab team and sent an internal survey -Culture Change – We quickly began changing the culture by showing how people’s ideas are quickly turned into MVP’s and how our simple process for evaluating ideas means every idea gets a fair shot Unlike other coaches and consultants, I will share with you the exact documents I used, the key expectations we set for the team, the survey questions, etc., so you can quickly modify and set up a Lean IdeaLab. It has been the most exciting thing I've ever done, and has produced the best results. Again, you want someone who can help deliver results and make a big impact. I'm happy to talk to you about how I can help. Andrew Crookston

    $150.00 /hr
    7 hours
    4.10