June 2015 Membership Luncheon
Please join us for our third Business Luncheon for 2015. Our speakers will be Stacey Randall with Randall Research, Gina Herald with Personal Success Partners and Dan Black with Tortal. This event will take place on June 18th from 11:30-1pm. We encourage you to invite guests and to RSVP. Thank you and we’ll see you there.
Meet the Speakers
Stacey B. Randall is the creator of Take Control of Your Days and founder of Randall Research. As an entrepreneur, wife, mother, professor, aspiring author and a few other roles…Stacey understands being busy and feeling overwhelmed. Stacey’s mission is to help people make more money and find more time! Stacey works with small business owners, solo-preneurs and people on commission by providing business growth advising, referral marketing consulting and productivity coaching and training.
Stacey is a certified productivity and time efficiency coach and consultant, employee retention specialist, adjunct professor at Queens University, and serves as a trainer for UNC Charlotte Continuing Education division. Stacey has presented to groups of all sizes, all across the country on work/life integration and productivity, employee engagement, generational diversity, and communication. She is the former Chief Talent Officer of a financial services firm and has a background in sales and marketing.
Stacey’s generational work has been published in national and local publications including WorldatWork Journal, Workforce Management and Accounting Today. She has been interviewed by and quoted in newspapers and blogs across the country including Bloomberg News and Business Finance.
Some of her clients include KPMG, Family Dollar, Jones Lang Lasalle, Snyder’s-Lance, Shaw Power Group, Boomerang Design and the City of Charlotte.
Stacey received her Master’s in Organizational Communication from Queens University. She is married and has two kids, a 6-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter.
Gina Herald is the owner of Personal Success Partners where they help individuals and companies maximize their potential. As a former Nordstrom employee she fancies herself as a customer service evangelist because she believes that the customer experience is a difference maker for companies. She is also passionate about helping individuals and companies learn about how understanding their behavior and communication style and that of others, will contribute to their success in business, the community and every other area of their life. As a business strategy implementer she helps companies start from the top down to develop a winning culture, put the infrastructure in place to grow and potentially scale the business and then partner with the company leaders and everyone who has a commitment to the success of the business to implement the strategies to make it happen.
She is involved in the local business community as an Area Director for Business Network International (BNI) supporting 11 local chapters comprised of close to 300 business professionals, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) where she is the incoming Director of Education, the Charlotte Christian Chamber and the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
She has joined with a group of committed local business people to help launch ChoicePoint Achievement which is a company focused on character, confidence and life skills development for young people. ChoicePoint also has a non-profit foundation that partners with other local youth development organizations to support young people in reaching their potential.
Gina is married to a Licensed General Contractor and Radio Host and they have 2 grandchildren.
I am currently the VP of Business Development and Client Engagement at Tortal Training where I focus on growing the business while helping our 130 clients enhance the performance of their people. I report directly to the President and CEO on the performance of my team and partner with my peers in production to see over 2 million in Talent Development projects come to life every year. I came from being a strategic partner with two consulting companies, where I provided business development, sales marketing and messaging services to these organizations. My clients work with me because I build their effectiveness, get their business moving forward, discover innovative solutions to complex problems, and can help them to understand their customers.
There’s an unusually diverse background of experience that I bring to every engagement. I started with Price Waterhouse in 1991. My role was to recruit volunteers for a mail audit project where I grew the database from 6,000 to 29,000 before I left for Charlotte and Bank of America in 1996 . I learned a ton in two divisions where I was managing consumer loan portfolio pricing analytics and building skill gap software for Technology and Ops personnel.
The opportunity arose for me to purchase a Real Estate company and I spent the next 4 years implementing systems and processes that grew revenues by 600%. This gained the attention of the International ERA brand. In 2003, I partnered with The Training Academy to deliver business development training, sales management, business management and leadership development courses for ERA nationally. Meanwhile, having an eye for trends, I sold my Real Estate company in January of 2007 and focused solely on the training company which had grown beyond the Real Estate industry. In 2010, I sold my interest in The Training Company to spend more time with my new children and focus on a career locally.
Before taking this position, I spent a few years as a consultant helping small businesses manage and grow their companies. The community was important to me so I got involved as a business mentor for Queen City Forward and Packard Place which are both start up incubators. I also joined the Board of ATD Charlotte where I am now the President.
I live in Charlotte, NC, with my wife Blair and children, Mason and Sophia.