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XPX DC Metro- MAXIMIZING AND PROTECTING VALUE – PART 3

  • April 20, 2017
  • 7:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Bethesda Country Club - The Bethesda Room - 7601 Bradley Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817

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HUMAN RESOURCES - A CRITICAL VALUE DRIVER  

Join us at our April meeting as our expert panel will round out our discussion of value. We will discuss a critical value driver for Telecom Partners – human resources. Our panel members will address the legal steps necessary to protect this key asset. We will hear from a business owner going through the transition of her own company, as well as how she and her team support other companies to optimize their human resources. Our third speaker will discuss the focus of his consulting work with mid-sized companies, how his process enables leaders to manage strategic growth, leadership transitions and successful exits.

Don’t miss this meeting! And save the date, May 18th as we go a bit more “technical”. We will dive into all things related to pre-sale financial and tax planning.

We are excited that you are joining our exit planning team this year. If you have not, please print the Case Study, read it, and bring a copy to our next meeting on April 20th.

Our Panel:

Sue Evans, Founder - Evans Incorporated

For over 35 years, Sue Evans has focused on aligning human, organizational and work systems. She founded Evans Incorporated in 1994 and continues to guide the growth and vision of the company. Sue has worked with Federal government agencies, International financial organizations, non-profits and Fortune 500 companies to improve business processes, create effective work environments, and deliver ROI – Real Operational ImpactTM. She has published and presented internationally, and takes pride in her ability to transform businesses and to ensure people feel enriched, empowered and engaged in their work.


Christine Johnson, Counsel - Gammon & Grange, P.C.

Christine Johnson is an experienced litigator with substantial expertise in labor and employment matters. She concentrates her practice on the day-to-day counseling of employers concerning their obligations under federal and state labor and employment law, on the resolution of employment disputes, and on business litigation generally.

Christine previously served as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois. In that capacity she prosecuted wage and hour laws under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and defended the State in employment lawsuits before the federal and state courts. She is well-versed in all areas of employment law, and advises employers on compliance with: the anti-discrimination and anti-harassment requirements of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and comparable state laws; the wage and hour requirements the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and related state laws and related state laws; and the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).


John Hrastar, CEO - InterSource


John Hrastar has more than twenty five years of experience as a CEO, interim CEO, and CEO Advisor. He founded InterSource, a CEO Advisory firm, in 1990. The primary focus of the firm is the transitional stages of growth at the critical junctures in a company’s lifecycle. Having been both an owner and a CEO he has a unique perspective on the effect of the personal ownership concerns that drive business management issues. He is now an advisor to leaders of private companies, family businesses, and non-profit organizations. Mr. Hrastar works with leaders to realize and enhance their performativity as they create and execute their strategic plans.

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