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    Joint Meeting ~ SCHRA & Akron SHRM

    Date: June 3, 2015, 7:30am – 9:30am
    SCHRA & Akron SHRM
    Raintree Country Club
    4350 Mayfair Rd.
    Uniontown, OH 44685
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    Speaker: Todd Hunt

    Sponsor: Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Stark County


    Communication Bleeps and Blunders in Business
    You said one thing; your employee or coworker heard something else. Nobody is wrong, but now everyone is confused—and you have to handle it! Laugh and learn as Todd Hunt shares valuable lessons wrapped in humor, demonstrating how to communicate better with colleagues and employees to become more successful.

    • Tune in to where your listener is “coming from,” and tailor your communication style to leverage people and process in pursuit of profitability.

    • Discover the eight problem words that could cost you customers or members.

    • Re-think your voice mail greeting to eliminate confusion and save valuable time.

    Todd Hunt speaks to organizations that want to add fun to their events and send members back to work smiling—with tips to improve communication and profitability. He has received top reviews at 12 SHRM events, including the 2012 national conference in Atlanta, plus South Carolina, New York and Ohio state conferences (one Ohio evaluation said, “The material was engaging, the speaker was energized and I was thoroughly entertained as he shared some valuable communication tips”).

    As an executive at Ogilvy & Mather, one of the world’s largest advertising agencies, Todd learned the inner workings of communication. Additional positions with an insurance administrator, direct marketing company and ad department of a major retailer confirmed what he had suspected all along -- people miscommunicate every day! Now a professional speaker, he inspires thousands of people each year to improve communication and success.

    Todd has written two books: Communication Bleeps and Blunders in Business and Pardon Me, But That’s a Really Stupid Sign! His newspaper column appears in the United States and Canada. His world’s shortest email newsletter is available free at