Practice Development Counsel

Phyllis weiss haserot
Phyllis weiss haserot

President & Founder

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Phyllis Weiss Haserot, founder of Cross-Generational Conversation Day and dubbed “the cross-generational voice,” consults and coaches on intergenerational relations at work. Along with her generational diversity and inclusion expertise, as president of Practice Development Counsel, Haserot brings 25 years of experience as a highly respected marketing/business development consultant, coach and thought leader for professional services firms. She provides an unusual combination of marketing, conflict resolution, and organizational effectiveness expertise to help solve sensitive inter-generational challenges that help clients boost revenues and develop talent.

     Haserot is an internationally known expert on workplace inter-generational issues. Clients have included many law, accounting, consulting and other professional services firms, universities, financial services firms, professional and trade organizations and other organizations of knowledge workers.

     A regular columnist for several legal, accounting and general business publications, she has been interviewed and quoted and published in, Huffington Post, Crain’s New York Business, On Wall Street (WSJ), Next Avenue (PBS), the New York Times, most major legal media, and several local and internet radio and cable TV programs. Haserot is creator and facilitator of the *Cross-Generational Conversation* inter-generational relations forum series live and on LinkedIn. She is the author of The Rainmaking Machine and The Marketer’s Handbook of Tips & Checklists (both Thomson Reuters/West) and has a book in progress titled You Can’t Google It! Cross-Generational Conversation Has the Answers focused on work.
Twitter: @phylliswhaserot
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Susan Kittenplan is the founder of Kittenplan LLC, a practice that focuses on content development, branding, and creative connection. She is also the co-founder of Will/Plan Projects, a strategic marketing and management solution business for authors, athletes, startup companies, and globally recognized companies. Among her accomplishments, Kittenplan helped develop The Paul Holdengraber Show, a talk show for the Google/YouTube Education Channel starring the host of “Live at the New York Public Library,” serves as a media and image advisor for members of the US Figure Skating national team, and is part of the creative team supporting Mary Lou Quinlan's New York Times bestselling book and one-woman play, The God Box.

     As a book editor, Kittenplan’s other high-profile projects include National Book Award winner Andrew Solomon’s acclaimed book, Far From the Tree, Elizabeth Gilbert’s worldwide phenomenon, Eat, Pray, Love, and its follow-up, Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage; The New Kids by Brooke Hauser, One Perfect Day by Rebecca Mead; and SashaCharnin Morrison’s Secrets of Stylists.

     Kittenplan has worked in the publishing and literary worlds for nearly 20 years. As executive editor of Allure magazine, she was a key contributor to the editorial direction of the publication, and edited writers such as Arthur Miller, Michael Chabon, Alice McDermott, Elizabeth Gilbert, whose Allure essay, “The Road to Rapture,” inspired Eat, Pray, Love, and Cheryl Strayed, whose Allure essay, “Hearing Voices,” was a precursor to her best-selling memoir, Wild. Kittenplan has held additional editorial posts, including senior editor at GQ, deputy editor at Glamour, and associate editor at Vanity Fair, where she helped create the template for Vanity Fair’s Hollywood, New Establishment, and Olympic issues.
Twitter: @susankittenplan

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