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This profile was last updated on 4/15/08  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Northeast Human Resources Association
www.nehra.com, 15 April 2008 [cached]
By: Paul G. Fox
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Paul Fox is president of Fox Performance Training in East Windsor Connecticut and was the presenter at NEHRA's professional development seminar on this subject in January.He can be reached via e-mail at pfox@foxperformance.com.
Fox Performance Training and Human Resource Services
www.foxperformance.com, 23 Oct 2006 [cached]
Paul G. Fox
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Paul G. Fox, President, Fox Performance Training
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Paul has 25 over years experience working with managerial and professional staff in insurance, manufacturing, health care, pharmaceuticals, utilities, banking, education, and government.His diverse background and experience enable him to present "No Fluff Training" that focuses on the essential skills people need to be successful in their job and life.He has helped thousands of individuals improve their effectiveness.
Prior to starting Fox Performance Training in 1986, Paul was Manager of Management Development at Connecticut Bank and Trust (now Bank of America) and held management and training positions at CIGNA Corporation.
Paul has spoken before many business groups and associations, and at national and regional conferences.He has been a frequent guest on television and radio, and has been featured in over 750 radio broadcasts of the Connecticut Business and Industry Association's "Business Minute."
Paul is the author of Thriving In Tough Times published by Career Press.
Paul is a member of the American Society For Training and Development and the Northeast Human Resource Association.Paul holds an M.S. in Organizational Behavior.
Here's what Paul's workshop participants have said about him
"Paul is an articulate leader, well versed in the subject.He really encourages participation."LEGO
"Paul displayed an enthusiasm for his subject.
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"Besides the material, Paul really got down to specifics and made me do some evaluation of my techniques."Lincoln National Life Insurance
"Keeps attention of participants throughout seminar by use of examples, audiovisuals, and interactive format."CuraGen
"Outstanding!Paul knows his stuff and has excellent presentation skills!"Lockheed Martin Space Systems
Training - Time Management, Productivity
www.educatorsnetwork.com, 29 May 1999 [cached]
Paul Fox formed Fox Performance Training in 1986.Prior to that, Paul was Manager of Management Development at Connecticut Bank and Trust and held management and training positions at CIGNA Corporation.
Paul offers more than 25 years experience helping improve the effectiveness of thousands of banking, insurance, manufacturing, healthcare, retailing, pharmaceuticals, utilities, cable television and government.
His skill-building programs include training for:
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Paul is the author of Thriving in Tough Times: Smart Ways to Make Yourself More Valuable and Less Vulnerable in the Job of the 90's, published by Career Press.In addition to being an author, Paul was also president of the ASTD, Connecticut Chapter and Chairman of ASTD's Region One Conference.
Access Personnel Services, Inc. - Pertinent Topics
www.access-personnel.com, 1 Mar 2000 [cached]
Paul Fox, president of Fox Performance Training, a firm in Ellington, Conn., that specializes in negotiation training for managers, suggests being upfront about negotiation issues.Tell the other party you would like to have a pre-meeting so you can get acquainted, Fox says.Let them know you realize this is an important negotiation for both of you and you believe both can benefit by getting a sense of how each other operates.Explain that you want to help them achieve their goals as much as you want to achieve your own..Arrange a casual lunch or dinner, pick the other party up at the airport, or just chat over the phone.It also can be helpful if, as Rain Forest Café's Schussler advises, you get to know the people who are nearest the other party.Most people skip this step, but this minor investment of time can really pay off, Fox says.
"We first forged links with Atlas ...
www.atlasvanlines.com, 13 Oct 2012 [cached]
"We first forged links with Atlas International at the IAM convention in Hawaii in 2003," recalls Fox Managing Director Paul Fox. "A good working relationship grew, then took a quantum leap in 2009 when we purchased the Atlas-owned Vanpac in Southampton."
Paul adds that, under the leadership of Business Development Director Stephen Denning, Fox's international division has grown to account for 50 percent of the company's income. Paul adds that, under the leadership of Business Development Director Stephen Denning, Fox's international division has grown to account for 50 percent of the company's income.
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