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Navigating Your Career Without Leaving

Saturday, January 10, 2015 @ 10am

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Guest:

Joe FrodshamJoe Frodsham
Principal of JBKF Group

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As Principal of the JBKF Group, Joe consulted with companies across industries, forming contemporary talent acquisition, development and outplacement solutions

Before joining CMP, Joe led JBKF Group in which he consulted with companies across industries, forming contemporary talent acquisition, development and outplacement solutions.

Prior to moving into the consulting world, Joe served as the Vice President of Talent and as the interim Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Tenet Healthcare, the largest publicly owned hospital chain in the United States. Prior to Tenet, Joe was the Global Director, Leadership Development, at Whirlpool Corporation, helping the company achieve a national ranking as the 11th best company for leaders according to the annual Hewitt study.

Joe also worked with Compaq Computer Corporation from 1996 to 2002, assuming a series of progressively larger roles, ultimately leading the staffing and organizational effectiveness functions. Joe began his career working with Andersen Consulting. Joe earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology and his master’s degree in organizational behavior from Brigham Young University. He has published a number of articles, co-authored a seminal book on careers entitled Make It Work, and is a speaker and recognized expert on talent systems, careers, leadership development, employee engagement and organization development.