SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) February 15, 2019
TTI Success Insights announced that Robb Hiller of Performance SolutionsMN is this year’s winner of the Bill Bonnstetter Lifetime Achievement Award.
This award is presented to the Value Added Associate who has reached a high level of achievement with TTI Success Insights assessments and represents all that Bill Bonnstetter espoused: sharing passion, professionalism and mentorship with fellow associates. The award was announced at TTISICON, TTI Success Insights’ annual talent management conference in Phoenix on Jan. 11, 2019.
Performance SolutionsMN is a Minneapolis-based company that has helped hundreds of organizations transform themselves for the better over the past 20 years. With a focus on attracting, retaining and developing talent as well as sales and strategic effectiveness, Hiller and his team set strategic goals so organizations can grow. Performance SolutionsMN works with clients in many different industries and specializes in medical device, high tech and the manufacturing sectors.
A Marshall, Minn., native, Hiller was a magna cum laude graduate of St. Olaf College. He is the author of a new book entitled Stop Barking and Start Leading: 5 Leadership Lessons We Can Learn From My Dog Bentley! “Robb Hiller shows you how to stop barking up the wrong tree with his dogged approach to revealing your true leadership abilities,” writes Harvey Mackay, New York Times Best Selling author. “Make Bentley your new ‘best friend’ and learn how your natural talents will lead you to success.”
“The Bill Bonnstetter award exemplifies an individual with passion for the industry, someone who goes out of the way to help others and be a mentor,” said Rick Bowers, president of TTI Success Insights. “Robb Hiller exemplifies those things and so much more.”
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