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NGU To Host Free HR Lunch & Learn Seminar

North Greenville University’s Office of Adult and Graduate Admissions is pleased to host a free Human Resources Lunch and Learn seminar to be held on Wednesday, October 4 from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Greer Campus located at 405 Lancaster Avenue.

Dr. Ed Sherbert, professor of NGU’s Graduate School of Business, will present his seminar titled “Increasing Global and Cultural Effectiveness.” In this engaging presentation, open to HR managers, local business owners and administrators, as well as students and alumni, Sherbert will address relevant topics such as gaining a global mindset, understanding cultures and sub-cultures, creating an inclusive organizational culture, and capitalizing on cultural synergy in the workplace.

Participants are encouraged to bring their lunches. Drinks and snacks will be provided on-site. Networking opportunities are available beginning at 11:30 a.m., and the seminar will being promptly at noon.

Sherbert is an accomplished HR practitioner with over 35 years of industry experience including numerous managerial and executive level positions, culminating in the development of his own HR consulting firm. He possesses extensive “hands on” HR experience in union and non-union environments, both domestically and internationally, as a practitioner and consultant. Sherbert is terminally degreed in HR Management, has published numerous professional articles, and serves as a subject matter expert and faculty member for both NGU’s Graduate School of Business and the SHRM organization. Moreover, he served as a past SHRM certification examination question writer, and has most recently been recognized officially as a SHRM Ambassador.

To register for this seminar, contact Maria Kithcart at 864.663.7522 or via email, maria.kithcart@ngu.edu.

                

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