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Internal Prisons: The Theft of Productivity

Prison does not necessarily mean steel bars and razor wire. We all have “prisons within ourselves”, prisons that are just as confining as the one that held Troy for 7.5 years. We are prisoners to fears, addictions, depression, overeating, overworking, bad relationships- the list goes go on and on. What does this have to do with HR Management? Only when we ourselves, as well as those we bring into our companies, are “whole” personally can we all become better professionally.

Troy believes that internal prisons are the number one cause of lost productivity within our workforce. If people are preoccupied and held back by their troubled relationships, their addictions or fears, they are not going to give employers the best eight hours they possibly can.

This program encourages HR managers to be proactive in work, and focus on what is truly important in their lives. Troy also touches on diversity in the workforce- relating the realities of employing ex-convicts. No flip charts and statistics. Just a real life explanation on how they and those they employee can escape their internal prisons using the same tools and methods Troy used to escape his prison.

“Your presentation was absolutely the highlight of our conference! You had the audiences’ attention from the moment you stepped on stage. It was by far the best presentation we have had over the years.”
~Betsy Larson, Conference Director, Kentucky State Council, Society for Human Resource Management

Partial Client List:

Click Here for a “One Sheet” further outlining this program.

  •  Missouri Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  Montana State Human Resource Division
  •  Raleigh/Wake Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  New Mexico Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  Southern Nevada Human Resource Association
  •  Human Resource Association of Great Concord, N.H.
  •  Arizona Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  Metropolitan Phoenix Human Resource Association
  •  The Employers Association
  •  Kentucky Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  Central Florida Human Resource Association
  •  Missouri Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  State of Montana, State Personnel Division
  •  Ohio Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  Arkansas Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  Montana Society of Human Resource Managers
  •  HRAM, Omaha
  •  BNHRA
  •  Oklahoma HR Society
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