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Turning irrelevant HR functions into strategic contributors
that drive business results


HR Strategic Planning: How to Chart the Course of HR’s Role in Your Organization

 

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Imagine: Your HR department actually drives business results

I help turn irrelevant/ineffective HR functions into strategic contributors by aligning HR with the business objectives so that HR actually drives business results. My clients often refer to me as their “Safety Net,” because I eliminate HR headaches and keep them from falling into HR traps.

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Ed’s clients include

US Army Corps Logo Savencia logo Voith logo UTZ logo rta logo Breakthru Beverage Group logo
Bosch logo Napa Transportation logo Bozzuto logo Seal of the City of Tacoma Kinsley logo  
Brenntag logo Four Seasons logo Goodwill logo Photonis logo Johnson & Johnson logo
Army Corps logo savenica logo voith logo johnson & johnson logo
utz logo breakthru logo bosch logo kinsley logo
bozzuto logo sealcity logo napa logo rta logo brenntag logo
four seasons logo goodwill logo photonis logo savenica logo
army corps logo savenica logo
voith logo johnson logo
utz logo breakthru logo
kinsley logo brenntag logo
four seasons logo sealcity logo
photonis logo savenica logo
bosch logo napa logo
goodwill logo rta logo
bozzuto logo

Building Employee Alignment

Build key employees’ knowledge ownership of the business strategy to drive engagement, commitment and contribution.

Succession Planning

Prepare high-potential employees for advancement into positions which are key to the success of business operations and objectives.

HR Strategy

Develop and implement HR programs that address and solve business problems and directly contribute to major long-term business objectives.

Ed speaks on Human Resources, Leadership, and Motivation

I’ve been speaking since 2008 and I’ve easily done well over a hundred talks. I’ve spoken at diverse kinds of conferences, from small groups of 50 at local meetings to state conferences of several hundred people.

I’ve spoken at many state level events and national conferences to a variety of audiences on a variety of topics. I’ve done conferences for not-for-profits, conferences specific to small business leaders, and numerous industry-specific conferences. This wide variety of experience speaks to how I tailor my talks to make them relevant for attendees, no matter who they are.

What Our Customers Say

“Ed’s work is thorough and precise and his insight is both thoughtful and candid. I found working with Ed to be refreshing. He approaches his engagements in a highly professional yet approachable manner which I find allows for a much more fluid flow of information and guidance. I highly recommend Ed for advisement on even the most sensitive matters because he will take the time to understand your business and your immediate needs and then apply his experience to derive a cost effective solution that works.”

Steve Winnie

CEO, Campus Door Holdings Inc.

“An engaged culture is one of the most important things to our company. We take it very seriously and work on it intentionally. But one thing we haven’t done well is compensation.

That’s why we brought Ed in. He really got to know the culture and understood the company, and he created a comprehensive, effective compensation plan perfect for our company’s needs.

I highly recommend Ed to other business owners who want someone that gets to know the company, understands what’s important, and delivers on it.”

Bill Biesecker

CEO, HairDirect

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HR Strategic Planning

DISCOVER how to Chart the Course of HR’s Role in Your Organization.

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Ed Krow
P.O. Box 111
Silver Spring, PA 17575

ed@edkrow.com

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