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Ed Krow

Talent Transformation Expert at Ed Krow, LLC

Lancaster, PA, United States

Ed is the Talent Transformation Expert for businesses looking to achieve 8 figure growth. He delivers captivating, high-energy keynote presentations that challenge the traditional model of HR and prepare decision makers for motivating their people with a win-win strategy.

In his career, Ed has helped over 250 clients, including Fortune 500 companies, achieve talent and culture transformations. As a result, audiences value Ed’s deep understanding of the employee/employer dynamic and his ability create a connection with them right away. On stage, he provides practical approaches, tools, and relevant stories to inspire action.

"Ed is a very motivational speaker and clearly knows how to influence people."
- S. B. McCord-Farr, VP of HR at AAA Reading-Berks

A speaker, trainer and coach certified by The John Maxwell Team; Ed’s topics bring a refreshing perspective on how to leverage what is commonly viewed as “people problems” and turn negative growth into business success.

Ed is a member of the National Speakers Association, the Forbes Coaches Council, and a regular contributor to Forbes.com. He is the author of "Strategic HR: Driving Bottom Line Results Through Your People".

When he’s not on stage or helping clients, Ed teaches at Millersville University. His first love is family, with golf vying for a tight second. If you do catch him at home, he’s likely cheering for the Notre Dame or Baltimore Ravens football teams.

Available For: Authoring, Consulting, Speaking
Travels From: Lancaster, PA
Speaking Topics: Competing for People: Strategies to Become a Top Talent Magnet, Becoming a Person of Influence, Leading in the Experience Age

Ed Krow Points
Academic 0
Author 160
Influencer 2
Speaker 0
Entrepreneur 0
Total 162

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Thought Leader Profile

Portfolio Mix

Company Information

Company Type: Individual
Business Unit: consulting
Theatre: North America
Minimum Project Size: Undisclosed
Average Hourly Rate: Undisclosed
Number of Employees: Undisclosed
Company Founded Date: Undisclosed
Media Experience: 10 years
Last Media Training: 08/22/2022
Last Media Interview: 12/13/2021

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy 30.15
Change Management
Coaching 30.20
Creativity 30.32
Diversity and Inclusion 30.11
Entrepreneurship 34.46
Future of Work
HR 33.41
Leadership 30.30
Management 32.85
Personal Branding 30.11
Public Relations
Social 30.11

Industry Experience

Agriculture & Mining
Building Materials, Clay & Glass
Chemicals
Consumer Products
Engineering & Construction
Federal & Public Sector
Financial Services & Banking
Furniture
Healthcare
Higher Education & Research
Hospitality
Manufacturing
Metal Products
Pharmaceuticals
Professional Services
Retail
Textiles Production
Wholesale Distribution

Publications

100 Article/Blogs
Four Strategies For Moving Diversity, Equity, Inclusion And Belonging Beyond Lip Service
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
If your organization is unaware of the impact and reach of systemic oppression, it is undoubtedly participating in the perpetuation of that oppression.

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Tags: Leadership, HR, Diversity and Inclusion

Dissecting A Business Turnaround
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
Just like flying an airplane, most of the work is in the takeoff.

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Tags: Leadership, HR, Business Strategy

How Your Organization's Cash Flow Can Inform Your Decisions
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
We make dozens of decisions in our businesses every day without even noticing the process and complexity of it.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

How To Write Emails That People Actually Read
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
More than having a friendly greeting and being typo-free, emails that are easy to read and entertaining are the ones to which we naturally want to pay attention to.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

Stalked By Stress: Understanding Its Effect On Your Work And Life
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
Stress is hazardous to your health, and it can sneak up on you before you even see it coming.

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Tags: HR

Five Ways To Level Up Your Customer Experience
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
Shifting to value-based service can create a more participatory experience for consumers and associates.

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Tags: Customer Experience, HR, Business Strategy

Six Things Every Great Facilitator Should Know
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
The group is relying on you to keep them on track.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

How To Say 'No' In The Workplace (And Keep Your Boss Happy)
Import from forbes.com
September 06, 2019
“No,” is a complete sentence. But how do you say it in a way that is well-received and respected?

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Tags: Leadership, HR

Is Your Business Idea Viable? 13 Ways To Find Out
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
Run your business idea through this checklist from Forbes Coaches Council experts and make sure you're ready to jump in.

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Tags: Leadership, HR, Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy

Leadership Consultants: Six 'Tells' That It's Time To Move On From A Prospect
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
Know when it’s time to stop investing and have the courage to move onto someone, someplace, or something that’s more promising.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

How To Prepare The Next-Gen Leaders In Your Organization
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
Do your project managers know how to run your firm?

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Tags: Leadership, Sales, Business Strategy

Want To Lead On LinkedIn? Learn The Art Of Social Reciprocity
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
It may be time to slim down your numbers and focus on turning contacts into real influential relationships.

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Tags: Social, Leadership, HR

Peak Performer Vs. Professional Poser: Creating The Right Team
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
Often you find professional posers in organizations that haven't created an environment for success that is able to turn individuals into peak performers.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

How Gut Choices Make The Sales Go Round
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
There's simply something predictably illogical about some of the choices we make.

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Tags: Leadership, Marketing, HR, Sales

How Storytelling Can Bring Company Values To Life
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
Think of storytelling as a chance to appreciate one or more specific colleagues for living your values and/or going above and beyond for a customer or co-worker.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

Does Your Team Need Your Personal 'ReadMe'?
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
When you read a few of these documents and their stated motivations, they might seem like a brilliant idea. But it's important to take a deeper look at what you're saying.

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Tags: HR

Five Ways To Find Your Purpose And Create Impact As A Leader
Import from forbes.com
September 05, 2019
What would happen if you opened yourself up to a deeper alignment with your purpose? How would your leadership change?

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Tags: Leadership, HR

Using Organizational Development to Drive Organizational Culture
linkedin
September 04, 2019
Most people use the terms “organizational development” and “human resources” interchangeably. However, there are some notable differences between what an organizational development professional does on a regular basis and what an HR professional does on a regular basis.

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Tags: HR

The Key To Carrying Out A Productive And Effective Job Search
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
For starters, don’t waste your time applying to positions that don't actually fit your qualifications and credentials.

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Coaching Defined And Transition Tools Coaches Use
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
Ask your coach about the tools and techniques they are trained in and using and which ones they might try with you. You’ll be making a choice to focus on improving your future.

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Tags: Leadership, HR, Coaching

Applying An International Experience To Your Career Search
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
Upon returning from living or working abroad, many students and young professionals look for opportunities to apply their experience to their careers.

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Tags: HR

Eight Ways To Transform Your Teleconferences
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
For some leaders, there is no other way to connect with their teams. Fortunately, there are several techniques and approaches you can use to improve your digital communication.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

How To Develop Effective Communication Within A Company
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
The greater the effectiveness of such communication, the greater the likelihood of business development.

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Tags: HR

How To Help Your Clients Take Responsibility Of Their Actions As A Leader
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
The best coaches understand the dynamics behind why taking responsibility enhances a leader’s influence.

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Tags: Leadership, HR

How To Maximize The Influence Of Review Sites As A Small Business
Import from forbes.com
September 04, 2019
There are simple steps companies can take to positively impact their presence on review sites that make a big difference.

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Tags: Leadership, HR, Entrepreneurship

1 Book
The Small Business Owner's Manual: Build Your Dream Business
CreateSpace
December 11, 2017
The self-sufficiency that owning your own business brings is, in many ways, the epitome of the American dream. Every year hundreds of hopeful entrepreneurs enter the business world. Only a select few succeed.

Why do some businesses thrive while others quickly fail? The answer is simple: most fail because they lack properly designed and implemented business strategies.

In The Small Business Owner’s Manual, three business experts combine their skills in operations, human relations, and finance to provide you with a guide to entrepreneurial success. You’ll discover the elements you need to consider and plan for before—not after—you open for business, including

product or service definition,
market analysis,
exit strategies,
roadblocks to success,
funding options,
accountability,
company size,
sales strategies,
human resources,
your role in the company, and
much more!
Don’t let your new business become yet another failed attempt at the American dream. Consultants Jerry Isenhour, Ed Krow, and Patricia Lawrence put their years of experience saving small businesses at your disposal. What you learn from them can be the difference between failure and success.

Your business is a dream come true. Don’t let a lack of preparation prevent you from seeing it thrive.

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Tags: Entrepreneurship, HR, Management

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