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Presented by: Walt Hardenstine, Owner of Renaissance Executive Forums
Find out how Tony Hsieh turned great company culture into financial success at Zappos.com. Research has proven that companies with strong cultures outperform others through productivity and bottom-line results – come find out how to make that happen.
Learn how Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh, finds success by delivering happiness to customers and employees. Harendstine will be presenting the strategies for success outlined in Hsieh's book, Delivering Happiness.
Walter A. Hardenstine brings over thirty-five years of leadership and management experience to Renaissance EXECUTIVE FORUMS. Mr. Hardenstine has held a number of management and senior management positions during an impressive career.
During the last eight years Walt has grown the Renaissance Executive Forum groups in Tampa Bay to a membership of over 46 of some of the areas most well respected and run businesses. With the help of his partner, Mark Rodriquez, the membership has a footprint that represents over $7 billion in revenue and over 11,000 employees for the combined member companies. Tampa Bay was awarded Business Partner of the Year for 2006.
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