Human Resources & Development
Performance Management: How to Create a Productive Team

What would it mean if your employees functioned as an effective team and accomplished work consistently right by system, rather than by fighting fires and fixing mistakes?


If you know that you could achieve more, build the business you’ve always wanted, or take a vacation and actually forget about work — if only everybody else around you could be counted on more — then you’ll want to join IMTS's resident Marketing Gunslinger when he interviews Keith Lee on Nov 19!


Keith Lee has made it his professional crusade to educate and provide strategies to keep independent business people ahead of the competition. Keith developed a management system that his employees loved and in fact, led to his company, American Retail Supply, being named "The Best Small Business to Work for in Washington State." He is the author of The Happy Customer Handbook, How to Control Your Business and Your Life, and Performance Reviews Suck.

Overcoming Unproductive Behaviors

How are your bad habits/unproductive behaviors jeopardizing your daily work, personal and professional relationships, self–esteem, health, weight, financial security, happiness and more?

The truth is all bad habits/unproductive behaviors drain you of motivation, time, money, and a great life. Even the seemingly insignificant ones. Bad habits/unproductive behaviors are self-inflicted punishment. But don’t get discouraged! There’s good news!

Join business and life strategist, Lee Milteer, and Steve Miller for a fascinating discussion on the power of habits.
Lee Milteer is an internationally known and celebrated entrepreneur, visionary, bestselling author, award-winning professional speaker, TV personality, and intuitive business mentor. Lee provides business and success advice and resources to nearly 250,000 people around the world.

Hunter Lott on HR

Traditional HR concepts and policies were developed for large corporations. Always treating everyone the same, probationary periods, exit interviews, 1, 2, 3 warnings before termination result in mandated corporate conformity but have little relevance for companies with one-person HR departments.