It's all a bunch 'a high faulting gobbly-gook that means nothing in the grand scheme of things.
He talks about his accomplishments IN THE THIRD PARTY. That in itself is something to raise your eyebrows at. "Randy is known as a skilled strategist, exceptional negotiator, persuasive presenter, wise counselor, and a keen-eyed developer of talent. His passion is revitalization, transformation, and turnaround assignments in organizations seeking strategic contributions and operational excellence from their human resources function."
He's not advertising to us, the workforce.
w-p-g.com, 17 June 2012 [cached]
Led by founding principal, Randy Stedman, Workplace Practices Group is a consulting firm focused exclusively on helping its clients increase workforce productivity and reduce the risk of employment practices liability through better workplace practices.
"Over the long haul," says Randy, "successful organizations tightly align their human resources policies with strategic business plans in a way that builds and ignites a high-octane workforce. Great companies find ways to release the extraordinary energy of their people; great workplace practices are a good place to start."
Randy's perspective reflects his professional background as chief human resources officer and executive committee member in three large organizations, labor and employment lawyer, business operator and P&L manager in a 30-year career centered on improving workplace practices. Randy began his career in the executive search industry.
Randy received his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law, where he was Associate Editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review and led Vanderbilt to the National Moot Court finals for the first time ever. Randy took his M.S. and B.A. degrees from California State University-Hayward, graduating at the top of his class in graduate school and graduating as a third-year, Magna Cum Laude, undergraduate.
Active in the community, Randy has served on the Oregon State Bar Committee for the Unlawful Practice of Law and has been a Board member of WAPELRA and NWEEO. He has served on the Board of Advisors for MEP at Work and the Board of Trustees for the Oregon National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
w-p-g.com, 17 June 2012 [cached]
Randy Stedman - Founding Principal
RANDY M. STEDMAN (503) 345-9456 (Cell) (503) 601-5030 (Office) email@example.com
Randy Stedman is W-P-G's founding principal. He has 30 years of human resources experience, including 18 years in C-level, executive committee positions with mid/large organizations. Skilled at board and elected official communications, Randy has subject matter expertise in workplace practices, workplace investigations, organizational effectiveness, change management, executive search, labor and employee relations, compensation and benefits, performance management, and implementation of HRIS systems. Randy brings added value to assignments as a labor and employment lawyer with both in-house and private practice experience.
Randy is known as a skilled strategist, exceptional negotiator, persuasive presenter, wise counselor, and a keen-eyed developer of talent. His passion is revitalization, transformation, and turnaround assignments in organizations seeking strategic contributions and operational excellence from their human resources function.
Randy has expertise across a broad array of industries, including utilities, software development and IT, retailing, business process outsourcing, professional services and financial services organizations.
www.chelanpud.org, 20 April 2009 [cached]
Randy Stedman, Human Resources executive manager, said those steps and others are expected to save at least as much as a wage freeze.
www.chelanpud.org, 15 Sept 2008 [cached]