Author Walter Hall to Conduct Free Webinar

December 27, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
NORWELL, MA ISSUED DECEMBER 27, 2007….Walter Hall, a veteran of the real estate and business community, has been invited by Boston Conferencing to present a virtual seminar, addressing his recently published book, “The Three Pillars of Sustainable Profit and Growth.”

As part of The Boston Conferencing Small Business Educational Webinar Series, Hall will present the issue most challenging to companies today: “Recruiting and retaining the best talent.” The webinar is scheduled for Friday, January 18, 2008 at 12 PM, EST.

There is no cost to participate in the webinar, but pre-registration is required.

Attracting managers, CEOs or anyone eager to “win the war for talent,” the virtual presentation will address the impending talent shortage and the unprecedented loss of skilled talent. Hall will show how companies today can attract and retain the best and brightest workers while simultaneously growing their business.

Throughout the years, Walter Hall has built a large, regional, real estate organization, developed a national training program for Realtors that he evolved into a global employee relocation company, wrote and published four books, and is taking his pioneering real estate concept, HouseSavvy, nationwide.

Attendees will receive a copy of the book.

For further information about the upcoming webinar, or to register, please call 877.728.3904 or visit

About “The Three Pillars”

The book chronicles the lessons Mr. Hall learned over a 45 year period from building three businesses from scratch: one local, one national and one global. The “Three Pillars” in the title refers to the authors new and unique concepts of Values, Leadership and Organization that created sustainable profit and growth for his companies through recruiting, developing and retaining the best talent in the industry; becoming the industry’s “employer of choice” for the best and the brightest. “The Three Pillars of

Sustainable Profit & Growth (Auctoris Press)” is available for $14.95 online by accessing It is also available at and selected bookstores throughout the region.

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