rnEve Luppert has a long history of working with innovative companies to build great places to work, results driven organizations and a workforce that can survive the ups and downs of modern business. rnrnShe first began her HR career at Chiat/Day inc. Advertising. While there Chiat/Day Advertising, was repeatedly agency of the year and then the Agency of the Decade, in no small part to the firm’s ability to attract and keep the best in the business. She was part of the team that created and developed the organization system for the controversial Virtual Office, and became a leader in the New York Advertising HR community. rnrnIn Seattle she helped build two high tech firms during the boom. She was part of creating a company culture that had a far lower than average turn over rate. She also was on the board of TeenJobs.org, helping young people to find and flourish in their first professional jobs.rnrnIn 1998 Eve’s book “Rules for the Road: Surviving Your First Job out of School” was published by Putnam/Perigee. She has continued to write and speak on workplace issues since then. Most recently she spoke to the HR Signatory of the National Society of Professional Engineers on “Bridging the Generations at Work.” She wrote a weekly column on people and organizations for a website ImproveMyBusiness.com and has been published in The Seattle Business Journal and other publications.rnrnShe came to Charlotte and LandDesign as their first HR Director in 2002. The firm has been nationally recognized as one of the great places to work. rn-----------------rnrnOrganizational Development Offeringsrn“Creating a High Performance Team”Variousrn"Breaking down generation barriers at work" Perkins Bickerhoff Engineering.rn"Holistic Approach to Facilities Management International Facilities Managers Assoc.; and othersrnUnderstanding the New Workforce Society of Design Administrators; rnInternational Meeting Planners Assoc.; and othersrn"Keeping culture alive after a layoff/merger" Seattle Chamber Of Commercern"Creating a great place to work: Seattle Chamber Of Commercern“The Future of the Workplace” New York Chamber of Commerce; rnThe Presentation PresentationVariousrnKeyNote Speaker Telecommute '95. rnrnGuest lecturer, UC Berkley; Columbia University, University of Oregon, Tennessee Tech, National Association of Professional Engineers, Clemson, Purdue, Washington Works, Charlotte Art Institute, Seattle Art Institute and Seattle Central Community College and more.rnrnHosted The Workplace, a weekly Internet broadcast on www.talkspot.comrnrnCertified in Team Reconstruction; process re-engineering, creating and monitoring goal setting. Developed executive training and coaching courses. rn
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