SECT Women's Network Presents 'Thinking Outside the Box' at March 21 Luncheon

Join the SECT Women’s Network on Wednesday, March 21 at 11:30 am at Langley’s Restaurant at Great Neck Country Club for their monthly luncheon meeting. 
Gregg T. Barratt is an experienced Human Resources leader and a nationally recognized professional in the training and organizational development field. He is certified in the use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, The Career Architect, Situational Leadership, Thomas Kilman Conflict, and in the Rummler-Brache Process Mapping Method, as well as in an extensive range of professional and personal development programs.
He is also certified as an alternative dispute mediator. Gregg is highly proficient in developing and implementing innovative recruitment and retention strategies, researching and implementing human resource information systems, developing employee policies and procedures, managing employee relations, developing competency frameworks, performance management and measurement systems, compensation and benefits systems and recognition programs, safety and security programs, conducting labor negotiations and relations, business process redesign, call-center development, and critical incident stress response. 
Gregg has researched, designed and conducted high impact training programs throughout the United States as well as in global locations for a wide expanse of leadership, behavioral, and skills educational initiatives for large corporations as well as for dynamic entrepreneurial firms. Gregg utilizes a wide range of experiential, action-learning, and interactive learning approaches to captivate his audiences. Additionally, he is certified to lead and teach critical incident stress management defusings and debriefings.
Gregg earned his B.S. in Industrial Psychology and extensive graduate work in Organizational Psychology and Human Resources. Active in community service, Gregg is currently the State Captain of the CT Patriot Guard Riders, a Veteran support group. He has served as an advisory member of the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Make A Wish Foundation, a Member of Board of Directors for The Connecticut Critical Incident Stress Management Network, and 20-year veteran of emergency medical services. Gregg is a former Connecticut police officer, a certified emergency medical technician, and holds 2nd degree black belts in Tang Soo Do and Sho-Lin karate.
Network attendees should arrive at Langley’s Restaurant in Waterford at 11:30 am for registration and networking, lunch at 12 noon. The public is welcome.  Reservations are required. All attendees: please make your reservations or cancellations for the Wednesday, March 21 luncheon online 24/7 by 12 midnight, Sunday, March 18. *Note price change.  Pay online OR cash or checks for $25 made out to the Women’s Network will be collected at the door. Reservations after 12 midnight on Sunday will pay $30. Reservation no-shows and late cancellations will be billed.
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