James W. Moore Lecture: Stephen Krempl
International trainer, author and consultant Stephen Krempl, president and CEO of Krempl Communications International (KCI), will share his expertise on building a standout career on Wednesday, Sept. 30, beginning at 7 p.m.
Titled "Winning in the Work World," Krempl's engaging presentation will take place in Kaeuper Hall, Perkinson Music Center, on Millikin University's campus. This event is free and open to the public; no reservations or tickets required.
Stephen Krempl has worked with thousands of leaders in over 30-plus countries. His career spans 25 years working for Fortune 500 companies: Starbucks Coffee Company where he was chief learning officer (Seattle), YUM Brands Inc. VP of Yum University and Global Learning (Louisville), PepsiCo Restaurants International (Dallas) and Motorola (Singapore).
Krempl is an expert on how leaders can stand out and get noticed in their corporations even in an increasingly competitive global market place. Krempl has also authored five books including his latest: "You're Hired - Now What Do You Do? The College Students Ultimate Playbook to learning the Rules and Winning in Any Organization."
Krempl's Global Executive MindsetTM (GEM) programs are offered through lectures, in house and online. The programs focus on developing high potential and future leaders, especially minorities, to help them get noticed in their organizations. Krempl is now spreading the GEM message to universities, enabling students to understand what is expected of them and through an online curriculum called Winning in the Work World.
For more information, visit winningintheworkworld.com.
During this informative session, Krempl will cover:
• Powerful rules to build your standout career.
• Choosing a winning approach to your first job.
• Competencies employers are looking for.
• Actions that will set you apart and stand out.
Krempl's appearance is Millikin University's James W. Moore Lecture. The lecture was established in 1991 to honor the late James W. Moore of Decatur. Moore's children, Madeline and James "Mac" Moore, created the endowed fund to present speakers on campus who represent "innovative or progressive political or artistic views."