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  06/18/2009      08:00 am

The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: Sandy Allgeier, author of The Personal Credibility Factor

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Sandy Allgeier

Sandy Allgeier

Sandy Allgeier is a consultant, trainer, and facilitator who assists organizations in maximizing their human potential. Prior to beginning her consulting business in early 2000, Sandy had over 25 years of experience as a human resources professional. Sandys corporate human resources management experience includes having served as Senior Vice President, Human Resources for Atria Assisted Living with 7,000 employees located in 26 states, as well as serving as Director, Human Resources for Providian Corporation, a Fortune 500 Financial Services company. Prior to this, Sandy was Director, Field Human Resources for KFC Corporation. She is experienced in directing all phases of human resources management, including recruiting and selection, compensation and benefits, employee relations, and training and development.
Sandy has solid experience as a speaker, workshop leader and facilitator, and is known for engaging her audiences with a high degree of participation. Specifically, she has conducted hundreds of workshops/training programs for clients. Sandy also assists organizations by providing professional and executive coaching, utilizing a variety of tools including 360 feedback systems. Sandy is a member of the National Speakers Association, and has been recently published as a contributing author with Steven Covey, Dennis Waitley and Marjorie Blanchard in a book titled Conversations on Success. Her book The Personal Credibility Factor, published by a division of Prentice Hall Publishing, is being released in early 2009.
Sandy is recognized as a leader within her profession, and was presented the 1999 Award for Professional Excellence by the Louisville, Kentucky, chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management. She has been selected as a national faculty member and facilitator for the Society for Human Resource Management SHRM, where she helps develop and educate HR practitioners across the United States. Her major focus today is on assisting organizations with developing their current and future leaders.