- How to Attract and Retain Top Talent to Create an Engaged, Productive Workforce
- Training your managers and supervisors on designing a meaningful action plan
- HR Solutions: Efficient analysis and decision making for you
- Post-survey action planning: Action-Planning Solution, ActionPro
- Allows the ability to peel back the onion instead of locking the user in PDF jail.
- Creation of HR360™
- Interpretation and results-oriented advice linked to business objectives
- A New Way of Doing Business: Virtual Teams
- What it All Boils Down to: Employee Engagement
Kevin A. Sheridan, M.B.A., on HR Solutions and directs all survey work, as he has extensive experience in the field, having co-founded three successful survey-related organizations.
One of his most notable recognitions was for the creation of HR360™, which won Human Resource Executive magazine’s
“HR Product of the Year” award.
His newest innovation, PEER®, has been nominated for the
“HR Product of the Year” award.
Sheridan is the author of two books. Sheridan has been featured in several other books, including: Business Lessons from the Edge, The Most Dangerous Business Book You’ll Ever Read, Business Confidential: Lessons for Corporate Success from Inside the CIA, and Perspectives on Managing Employees.
He has been featured at national and international conventions.
Sheridan was a featured presenter for
The American Hospital Association,
Harvard Business School,
National Financial Partners (NFP),
CBS, Fox and WGN have broadcasted Sheridan’s research.
His work has also appeared in the following publications: The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Yahoo! News, Crain’s Chicago Business, Human Resource Executive, Hospitals & Health Networks, Talent Management, Training, Workforce Management, Modern Healthcare, Engagement Strategies Magazine, Chief Learning Officer, and Monster.com.
Sheridan received a Masters in Business Administration, concentrating his degree in Managerial Decision-making and Strategy, Human Resources Management, and Organizational Behavior.
Sheridan spent severial years with the Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. in New York City, London, and Japan.
Sheridan has worked with Goldman, Sachs & Co.
He introduced the American Career and College Entry Service (ACCES). Which was featured in numerous publications including Business Week and USA Today, ACCES used a survey to create the first electronic link between students and organizations that provides opportunities for further education and training.
Sheridan grew up on a Native American Indian Reservation. He speaks beginning level Japanese and Spanish.
Sheridan has been an avid, high-altitude mountaineer. He has climbed in the Himalayas (Multiple peaks and trails in the Annapurna region of Nepal), Africa (19,700-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro), Argentina (23,000-foot Mt. Aconcagua), and Russia (18,510-foot Mt. Elbrus). His most recent Seven-Summit climbing expedition was on 20,320-foot Denali (Mt. McKinley) in Alaska. He also has plans to climb Mount Blanc in the Alps. Interestingly, Kevin’s high altitude mountaineering has provided great insight into his work as well as his clients, primarily since he has drawn significant connections between mountain climbing and the preparation and attempt to build true and sustainable Employee Engagement.
He volunteers as a fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Thresholds, a non-profit care center for individuals who are both homeless and mentally ill.
He has volunteered for tutoring for the Literacy Council and cooking/counseling at a Washington, D.C. shelter for homeless men.