DALLAS, Jan. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Paul Spiegelman, CEO and co-founder of The Beryl Companies, will present as keynote speaker and moderate the panel discussion at Dallas Business Journal's CEO Speaker Series breakfast and workshop on Thursday, January 27, 2011. He will share his thoughts on what it takes to be a "best place to work," and how to create the kind of corporate culture that fosters creativity, builds employee and customer loyalty and benefits the company's bottom line.
Dallas Business Journal recently finished its eighth year of recognizing small, medium, and large companies in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex as "best places to work." To receive this honor, company employees completed in-depth surveys administered by QMR Corp. To share insights and tips on how to succeed in creating a unique company culture, executives from a select few of the honoree companies will participate in a panel discussion, including:
Keith Holtz, Chief Human Resources Officer, Baylor Health Care System
Paul Driscoll, CEO, Hill & Wilkinson
Steve Gwinn, Partner, Northwestern Benefits
This is the second year in a row for Spiegelman to participate in the Dallas Business Journal CEO Speaker Series. As CEO of Beryl, a technology-focused patient experience company dedicated to improving relationships between healthcare providers and consumers, he leads a unique, people-centric culture that has remarkably high employee and customer retention rates. In addition, the company has won nine "best place to work" awards, including being voted the #2 Best Medium Sized Company to Work for in America.
The Dallas Business Journal CEO Series will be held at the Renaissance Richardson Dallas Hotel, 900 East Lookout Drive, in Richardson, TX. The program starts with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and adjourns at 10:00 a.m. To register, visit http://www2.bizjournals.com/dallas/event/39341
About The Beryl Companies
The Beryl Companies is comprised of four businesses; two that focus on improving the patient experience in a variety of health care settings, and two that focus on improving workplace culture and values-based business productivity. The Beryl Companies sees these activities and concepts as intrinsically linked. The Beryl Companies' foundational business, Beryl, is a technology-focused patient experience services company dedicated to improving relationships between health care providers and consumers. Founded in 2006, The Beryl Institute is a research and educational entity that publishes information about improving the patient experience and how that activity links to better financial outcomes for health care providers. Founded in 2009, The Circle is a training company that helps other businesses enhance employee engagement and develop more positive workplace cultures. The last firm, The Small Giants(SM) Community, is a global organization that brings together leaders who are focused on values-based business principles.