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My guest will be Martin Finkle, CPT, Scotwork. Marty, a renowned industry expert and sought-after speaker, leads the team of Scotwork NA negotiators, who work with more than 100 companies in various industries. Through his work on negotiation strategy, process and behaviors, many organizations have achieved an exceptional return on investment, while participants have been able to adapt the skills to other workplace and personal situations. Before joining Scotwork in 2003, Marty held various sales and executive roles, where he helped increase revenues for firms including Lever Brothers, Franklin Quest, AT&T, General Mill, and Oxford Health Plans. To a large degree, Marty’s success comes from his ability to think strategically and holistically about issues in order to develop long-term solutions. His strengths include creating and exploring ideas for clients as well as for Scotwork, which have helped maximize their potential. Throughout his career, Marty has been able to develop meaningful connections with customers while helping them nurture their own relationships. Marty received his Bachelors in Business Administration and Communication from Rochester Institute of Technology and earned his Masters in Human Resource Education from Fordham University. He is one of fewer than 1,000 Certified Performance Technologists worldwide.
My guest will be Rev. Eric J. Hall. Rev. Hall is president and CEO of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, Inc. Most recently, he was founder, president and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA), a leading national nonprofit organization. AFA's primary goal is to improve the quality of care for individuals and their families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. His vision and leadership brought together more than 1,600 member organizations and associate member organizations from coast-to-coast. These efforts have united these organizations to speak with one voice to advocate for optimal care and enhanced local support services.
Eric has served on the National Advisory Council on Alzheimer’s Disease, working with the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services and other national experts to develop and implement the nation’s first plan to address this disease.
Eric believes in the power and potential of collaboration. In 2010 he co-founded LEAD (Leaders Engaged on Alzheimer’s Disease), the nation’s first and only coalition of for profit and not for profit organizations unified behind the cause. More than 50 companies and organizations participate.
Prior to founding AFA, Eric was CEO of a local grassroots Alzheimer’s organization on Long Island, NY. He also served as treasurer for the New Jersey branch of the Capuchin Franciscan Friars, an international religious order. In this role Eric, as one example of programs and services he established, directed the creation of a multi-million dollar living facility for mature adults in the Bronx, NY.
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