BETHESDA, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Terri Hartwell Easter, Principal of T.H. Easter Consulting management consultancy, is a featured speaker at the Maryland-District of Columbia Utilities Association’s Fall 2016 Conference. The conference takes place September 21st – 23rd at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort in Cambridge, Maryland.
As the former Chief Operating Officer of a top 100 national AmLaw legal practice and highly regarded organizational change strategist for leading professional services firms, commercial banks and the White House, Terri’s trademark is bringing unique approaches and innovative thinking to some of the toughest human resource management challenges and most aggressive revenue enhancement goals. Terri has worked with a wide variety of companies in energy and other highly competitive industries.
“When it comes to the energy sector, cultivating the next generation of leadership talent has never been more important,” said Terri Hartwell Easter, Principal of T.H. Easter Consulting. “Maturation of the millennial workforce, the use of technology and distance workplaces will revolutionize work as we know it today. HR professionals will serve a very different role in managing the workplace in 2040 than they have today – creating demand for new skillsets in the selection, professional development, and rewards systems for the workforce.”
On Thursday, September 22nd, Terri Hartwell Easter will be discussing the workforce of the future in a presentation titled “Workforce 2025 and Beyond.” T.H. Easter Consulting will also have an exhibitor table at the conference.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Change is here. Are YOU a Transformer?’, focusing on timely issues facing businesses, and how companies are adapting to most effectively address those issues.
The conference will feature the Honorable Wendell F. Holland, Esq., who will keynote the event, opening remarks from Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, Deputy Chief of Staff, Maryland Governor’s Office, and a CEO Panel with executives from Washington Gas, Easton Utilities, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, and Pepco Holdings.
Also this month, T.H. Easter Consulting is sponsoring the new Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), which opens September 24th.
About T.H. Easter Consulting
At T.H. Easter Consulting, we deliver innovative, informed solutions to the toughest human resource management challenges. Our focus is on creating enduring outcomes both for individuals and for an entire organization’s culture through four practice areas: Talent Management, Professional Development, Organizational Effectiveness, and Employee Engagement. As former leaders in professional services firms, commercial banks and the White House, we know that life inside the executive suite requires decisive action that factors in the political, financial, legal, and operational stakes of human resources decisions. More than just pretty reports, we help organizations cultivate exceptional talent through highly effective leadership engagement and development, we deliver field-tested strategies, and we implement to get results. To learn more, visit http://www.theasterconsulting.com.
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