AchieveNEXT Adds Seasoned Career Strategy Expert to Roster, Eric Herrenkohl, to Lead Career and Coaching Services
WAYNE, Pa., November 20, 2019 (Newswire.com) – AchieveNEXT®, a leading provider of subscription-based, peer advisory communities and specialized human capital and business services, is pleased to announce the addition of Eric Herrenkohl to expedite the growth of their Career and Executive Coaching Services.
“As we sprint to year-end and look ahead to 2020, I am convinced that adding someone like Eric to our AchieveNEXT team today is critical,” says AchieveNEXT CEO Nick Araco. “With our support, Eric can help us take all that has made the Kelleher name a premier name in Career & Executive Coaching Services for two decades to the next level by enhancing our expertise and by adding a fresh, but respected, voice to the clients and markets we serve and desire to serve – with deliberate focus on better connecting our Human Capital Services and Solutions to our Alliance Communities.”
“As we all know, the current lack of available workforce in the U.S. is the single greatest threat to the growth and expansion for American businesses. It is a mathematical certainty that there will not be enough available talent to fill all the needs of employers over the next decade. There will be winners and losers in this ‘War for Talent.’”
“I am pleased to be partnering with Eric and believe his experience and energy will help us elevate our game and broaden our client base,” says Kelleher Associates President, Mitch Wienick.
“AchieveNEXT brings a unique approach to solving human capital challenges, and the Kelleher name is synonymous with superior career and executive coaching. I look forward to being a part of this innovative company,” says Eric Herrenkohl, Managing Director and Executive Coach.
About AchieveNEXT and Eric Herrenkohl
AchieveNEXT, headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania, is a business partner for middle-market enterprises with a relentless focus on top line, bottom line, and shareholder value. We do this through our consulting, training and peer advisory networks that empower your human capital, strategy, technology and risk mitigation efforts. For additional information, visit www.achievenext.com.
Eric Herrenkohl will join Mitch Wienick in leading AchieveNEXT’s Career and Executive Coaching Services. Eric brings 30 years of experience in retained executive search and consulting to his executive coaching work. He has worked with leaders from Aramark, Bank of America, Helzberg Diamonds, Nestle, New Balance, Northwestern Mutual Life, Mass Mutual, and mid-sized businesses across 50 industries.
Eric’s book How to Hire A-Players, published by Wiley, is an Amazon bestseller named one of the top 10 recruiting books of all time by Recruiter.com. He has been featured in Business Week, Fox News, Inc.com, the LinkedIn Talent Blog, MSNBC.com, NBC News, the Philadelphia Business Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Toronto Globe and Mail.
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