Power Project Institute Launches Employee Engagement Consulting Firm.
"Some businesses just focus on one of these at a time. I work to ensure that all three are incorporated into everything I do," says Pamela J. Green, Power Project Institute (PPI) President and Founder. "In my business, my goal is to provide my clients with career development programs that help them become more resourceful, responsible and capable of achieving their desired results. In the end, both the employee and the company win."
Power Project Institute is the new age consulting firm that provides innovative programs based on the “resourceful leadership” method. PPI defines resourceful leaders as those that see opportunity when faced with adversity and are secure enough to allow others to lead in certain situations. Geared toward professionals and management, PPI provides practical tools in every program that will enable everyone in the organization to become a resourceful leader. Furthermore, Pamela J Green has served several of today's leading companies and organizations including Walmart, Girl Scouts of America, and United Way.
“I let my work and my reputation speak for itself,” says Green. “I just try to do the best I can, help others do the best they can.”
Green is committed to creating speeches and tools that are as equally unique as the client. Each custom speaking engagement is designed to meet client goals. Whether it's about HR, leadership, employee engagement, or individual performance, PPI creates programs that are memorable, motivational, and educational.
Power Project Institute is available now for consultations concerning Leadership, HR or employee needs for individuals and companies. Contact Pamela J. Green at email@example.com or at 202-293-4965 for more information.
Power Project Institute, LLC
Power Project Institute's management team is led by President and Founder Pamela J. Green, who has a long history of success in Leadership, HR and power coaching. With over 25 years as a business leader for major brands like the American Red Cross, Head Start, and the Society for Human Resource Management, Green is well known in the HR world. She has also been featured in several publications such as HR Magazine, SHRM Online, Association's Now, Biz Summits, The Columbus Post, The Network Journal, the Los Angeles Business Journal and CSPNet.com.
About Power Project Institute (PPI)
PPI provides employee engagement strategies and effective career development programs that help employees become more resourceful, responsible and capable of achieving their desired results. PPI is headquartered in Washington, D.C.
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|Date:||Dec 30, 2012|
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