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Learn How to Manage Workplace Change with St. Louis Career Coach David Hults and ExecLink St. Louis

David Hults of Activ8 Career Coaching will speak at an ExecLink St. Louis meeting

2014-03-20
ST. LOUIS, MO, March 20, 2014 (Press-News.org) Renowned career coach, author, columnist, and speaker David Hults of Activ8 Career Coaching in St. Louis will speak to ExecLink St. Louis on Thursday evening.

Hults will present "From Status Quo to Star Performer: 8 Powerful Change Strategies to Direct Your Career Future" on Thursday, Mar. 20 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Missouri Athletic Club West in Town and Country, MO.

"From Status Quo to Star Performer" is built around Hults's latest book, Ringmaster, which focuses on helping employees and managers succeed in a changing workplace. The presentation will include eight points from which Hults will outline ways in which everyone in the workplace can make the most from change.

Those attending the meeting will:

Discover the kinds of behavior that drive change.
Learn how to manage change that your workforce is struggling to embrace.
Understand success strategies that will increase employee value.
See how to maximize employee productivity by developing specific tools.
Realize the rewards of retaining employees.
Discover how to cultivate a value-added culture that decreases absenteeism.
Learn how to thrive (not just survive) amidst career change.
Uncover how to promote healthy responses to change vs. reactions to change.

"ExecLink St. Louis has been managing a bit of change itself," an organization spokesperson said. "We'll share some highlights of our strategic plan of our evolving organization and welcome your input and ideas."

This fun and informative presentation costs just $10 for members and non-members of ExecLink St. Louis, and light appetizers with a cash bar will be available after the presentation. To register, please visit the following link: http://execlinkstl-3-20-14.eventbrite.com/

About David Hults
David Hults is a nationally known career coach and speaker, as well as a columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Since 1987, Hults is the author of five books, a CD coaching series and created the most sought after interview flash card set, which makes the interview simplified and painless! His experience in Human Resources led him to work for Express Scripts, a Fortune 500 company as well as one of the nation's largest healthcare systems, BJC. David has been coaching individuals for over 20 years on how to break through individual roadblocks while also delivering speeches across the nation discussing how to manage change in careers and organizations today. For more information, visit his website at http://activ8careers.com.


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[Press-News.org] Learn How to Manage Workplace Change with St. Louis Career Coach David Hults and ExecLink St. Louis
David Hults of Activ8 Career Coaching will speak at an ExecLink St. Louis meeting