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Hingham, MA, United States, 2007/08/15 - Leaders For Today, LLC, a leading provider of interim executive placement services to the healthcare industry, announced today that the Company was an exhibitor and co-sponsor at a recent industry conference - LeadersforToday.com.
Leaders For Today exhibited at the 2007 ASHHRA (American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administration) Region 1 Conference. This event took place in Burlington, Vermont, July 22-24, 2007.
The theme of the conference was “HR Evolution: HR Triage – How Will You Operate in the Future?” and included three days of exciting and stimulating learning and networking opportunities. The program offered both general sessions and concurrent professional development sessions that focused on human resources practices.
In addition to exhibiting at this conference, Leaders For Today also co-sponsored the session “Journey to Become a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Winner”. The speaker was Robert Van Heiningen, VP of Human Resources, Rutland Regional Medical Center.
The Company is pleased to announce that the two winners of its New England Clambake raffle at the ASHHRA conference are:
David DeJesus, Jr.
Vice President, Human Resources, Southcoast Health System, New Bedford, MA
Vice President, Human Resources, Lifespan (Rhode Island Hospital), Providence, RI
Participation in events such as the ASHHRA conference is part of our expanding marketing efforts. Leaders For Today is raising awareness of the benefits of interim executives for healthcare organizations, in addition to promoting its services of recruiting and placing these professionals.
About Leaders For Today
Leaders For Today (LeadersForToday.com) is a leader in healthcare interim executive placement. The Company works with top hospitals and healthcare institutions across the country to find, place, and support healthcare executives and directors on an interim basis. These organizations hire interim executives from Leaders For Today to provide leadership during times of transition, help improve current operations, deliver superior expertise, and mentor junior staffers.