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For almost two decades Harold has worked very closely with small and large businesses to provide a “powerful push in the right direction!” His mission is to provide qualified, executive level assistance to companies on a “temporary basis,” eliminating the need to add permanent top management overhead. To further assist his clients, Harold authored the book “It’s About Time” which focuses on time management to coincide with his seminar of the same name. The book is currently a core course in Cornell University’s Distance Education Program.
After 14 years of coaching others, Harold decided to return to the business world in a more ‘hands-on’ capacity... partly to test the theories he has been espousing for over a decade. Harold and Deanna Lloyd are the area franchise developers for Friendly’s Restaurants in theTidewater Virginia area. Their first store was voted Norfolk, Virginia ’s #1 Casual Dining Restaurant for 2 consecutive years. Their company, The Friendly Folks’ Company, has agreed to build a total of 6 restaurants in 8 years.
Harold completed his formal education at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and went on to earn his MBA with Honors in Marketing from the University of Chicago. His appreciation for the formal education process motivated him to teach part time at two community colleges over an 8-year period. This “community service” rewarded Harold and his company with the opportunity to instruct, observe, and recruit some of his best students.
Harold's practical, exciting ideas, and dynamic presentation style have combined to earn him a reputation as a highly regarded presenter, which is reflected in his top ratings at numerous appearances in such prestigious events as the Food Marketing Institute Convention held each May in Chicago. Harold creates two new presentations each year which keeps his subject matter fresh. And his audiences seem to appreciate new solutions to their new problems.