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About Ed Krow
Ed works with executives and business owners who are struggling with people problems, such as adapting to changing business conditions and customer, investor, or community expectations and teaches them how to turn irrelevant and ineffective HR functions into strategic contributors that drive business results.
Prior to entering consulting and speaking, Ed spent 12 years with UPS in a variety of Operations and Human Resources management positions. He holds designations as a Senior Professional in Human Resources from the HR Certification Institute; Certified Compensation Professional from WorldatWork; and SHRM-Senior Certified Professional from the Society for HR Management. He is certified as a speaker, trainer, and coach through The John Maxwell Team, maintains membership in the National Speakers Association, and is a regular contributor to Forbes.com.
When he’s not working with clients, Ed can be found teaching at Millersville University. In his free time, Ed relishes spending time with his wife, Heather, and three daughters, Amanda, Emily, and Lea. He enjoys travel, golf, the outdoors, and Notre Dame and Baltimore Ravens football.
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What My Customers Are Saying
Our organization was struggling with attracting the candidates we needed. We started working with Ed, and he had some unique ideas and insights into how we could do better with recruitment, our HR processes, and the structure of the department.
The plan Ed gave us was detailed and felt realistic, like a really good roadmap we could actually use. I was impressed with his work, his professionalism, and his ability to make a strong assessment of our HR processes and come back with concrete ideas and plans for us to review and incorporate.
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.
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.
Looking to Book Ed for a Speaking Engagement?
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 and national conferences of thousands.
I speak to senior leaders across the United States and Canada about how to turn their people into strategic contributors. My audiences include such varied organizations as American Association of Orthopaedic Executives, National Association of Housing Resource Officers, Society for Human Resources Management, CPHR Saskatchewan, New Jersey Banker’s Association, and Regional Care Providers Association.
Human Resources Tips & Articles
In my previous post, I used the movie Field of Dreams to illustrate how if we build the right infrastructure in our businesses, the best candidates will come to us. But that’s only the start. If you recall in the movie, the main character had to not just build the...
Have you ever had this experience? Setting a business goal. It “doesn’t work.” So, you change the goal. Here’s why moving your targets is harmful for your business, what to do instead, and how to know when it’s really time to pull the plug on a...
Most of us know that famous phrase uttered by the voice in the corn field in the movie Field of Dreams. Of course, it referred to building a ball field so that long-gone ball players could come back and play the game again. In today’s context, I’d like to talk about...
I recently had the opportunity to hear John Maxwell speak. Being a certified speaker through the John Maxwell Team, I feel I've learned a lot from his teachings. But in this speech, he said something that really hit home for me: The greatest performance gap is the one...
Buy Ed’s New Book “Strategic HR”
This book is the real deal. It’s filled with practical ideas on how you can get results from your team. Get your pen out because you are going to want to take notes and discuss with your leadership team.
Ed Krow finally gives HR the voice it needs to be heard in the C-Suite and respected by the workforce. But be forewarned: He pulls no punches while offering an intelligent, honest, and detailed strategy to transform HR from “compliance cops and payroll clerks” to executive business partners. It’s a must-read for both new and experienced HR professionals, as well as the business executives who manage them.