Eye-Opening Ways to Improve Productivity & Profits
For twenty-plus years, Jeremy Eden and Terri Long have helped companies of all sizes make millions by harvesting their low-hanging fruit. In this Soundview Live webinar, Eye-Opening Ways to Improve Productivity & Profits, they will show you how. You will improve your job satisfaction, your team’s performance, and your company’s earnings. Need to grow your company’s earnings but don’t know where to find the low-hanging fruit? The answer is right in front of you but harvesting it takes skill. Eden and Long will show you the best of their 77 clever ways to boost productivity and profits.
About the Speaker
Jeremy Eden is the co-founder and Co-CEO of Harvest Earnings Group. Jeremy has been leading Fortune 1000 executives through large-scale earnings improvement programs for more than 20 years and regularly speaks at executive conferences. He has been retained by the CEOs of a wide range of companies such as PNC Financial, H.J. Heinz, Manpower, The Schwan Food Company, Detroit Edison, Birds Eye Foods, Webster Financial, Standard Register, and Energy East. His clients have used Idea Harvest™ principles to create billions in earnings growth.
Prior to developing the Idea Harvest™ process, Jeremy was a consultant at McKinsey & Co., Inc. Before attending Yale SOM, Jeremy spent several years in a variety of positions in both the legislative and executive branches of government focusing on social services delivery. Jeremy holds a BA degree in History from Yale College and an MBA from Yale School of Management.
Terri Long is the co-founder and Co-CEO of Harvest Earnings Group. Terri has worked with the CEOs of a wide range of companies in both size and industry to guide their teams through a galvanizing earnings growth process. She has worked with companies such as PNC Financial, H.J. Heinz, Manpower, The Schwan Food Company, Energy East, Webster Financial, and Standard Register, among many others.
Terri received her degree in Finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She was in the corporate banking world for nearly two decades in a number of customer-facing senior roles, including at U.S. Bancorp, one of the most efficient banks in the country.