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15th ANNUAL GRAEBEL RELOCATION ALLIANCE WELCOMES KEYNOTE DAVID POTTRUCK – FORMER CEO OF CHARLES SCHWAB
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Former CEO of Charles Schwab and Best-Selling Author Keynote Speaker
(Aurora COLO USA) – Today, the fifteenth Annual Graebel Relocation Alliance Conference is being held at the Graebel Companies, Inc. world headquarters in Colorado. The two-day, by-invitation conference has 150 global relocation and mobility company owners and senior executives from around the world. Participants from 40 countries will engage in leadership meetings and educational sessions. This year’s keynote speaker, David Pottruck, a former chief executive officer of Charles Schwab, a leading global investment and financial institution, and best-selling author will address the Alliance membership during its general session today.
Pottruck’s keynote address will focus on ‘Leading Breakthrough Change’. In addition, Pottruck will team with William Graebel SGMS, chief executive office of Graebel Companies, Inc., in an interactive 90-minute executive leadership workshop.
David Pottruck is the author of the New York Times and Amazon best-sellers Clicks and Mortar and Stacking the Deck, which offers a nine-step plan for leaders inspired to find meaningful, lasting change at their organizations. While at Charles Schwab Pottruck helped the company revolutionize the way stocks are bought and sold and under his leadership the firm was among the first to rebuild its business model around the internet. His storied 20-year career at Charles Schwab included growing its revenue to $5 billion, increasing client assets to more than $1 trillion, and developing a new leadership paradigm at the firm. Pottruck ihas been a frequent guest on CNBC and has been interviewed by virtually every financial publication of note. He was named by Smart Money as one of the three most influential executives in the world of investing, and Institutional Investor named him the single most influential executive in online finance. He was also named one of the “Top 15 CEOs” by Worth, “CEO of the Year” by Information Week, “Executive of the Year” by the San Francisco Business Times, and “CEO of the Year” by Morningstar.