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Inhaltsangabe: All growth comes with growing pains - especially corporate growth. Larry Solomon, CEO of Solomon People Solutions and former executive vice president of human resources for the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, tackles the major challenges of mobilizing employees in his new book, Translate, Motivate, Activate. Using proper change management, team leaders can unify employees by following Solomon's four principles: engage, align, enable, and sustain. Through discussion and professional examples from Solomon's career, learn how to effectively communicate not just the plan but the vision of success to employees of all levels. Translate the company's vision to apply to the actions of each employee. Motivate team members to work towards a common goal. Activate individuals' unique skills to unlock your company's full potential. Join Solomon on an enlightening discussion of the power that lies in communication, empathy, and teamwork.
Über den Autor: Larry Solomon, CEO of Solomon People Solutions, served as executive vice president of human resources for the Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) from 2003 to August 2013. In this role, he was responsible for a company of approximately twenty thousand colleagues in over 200 facilities across North America and the Caribbean. As an executive leader, Larry contributed significantly to the company's evolution into an independent, fully integrated beverage business. This includes the consolidation of four separate beverage companies, the acquisition and integration of Dr Pepper/Seven-Up Bottling Group and other major independent bottling and distributing businesses, and the establishment of Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS) after the Cadbury Schweppes PLC spinoff in 2008. Larry's service to DPS and Cadbury has spanned more than twenty-eight years and three continents. He joined the company in 1985 in his native country of South Africa, serving on the board of management as director of human resources for a wholly owned subsidiary. He was then promoted to sales director, leading a large sales force in serving national retail and foodservice accounts for Cadbury Schweppes's beverage business in South Africa before moving internationally with the company. He moved to the United States in 1999 to become senior vice president of human resources for Dr Pepper/Seven Up Inc. after serving for three years on Cadbury's Global HR leadership team in London as director of organizational development On a personal note, Larry received a training and development diploma through the Institute of Personnel Management in South Africa and an MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas. He and his wife, Charmaine, have four children, Tascha, Tyron, Donovan, and Kyle, and they live in Plano, Texas.