Hunter Lott specializes in delivering business presentations and training on the legal aspects of management and employment practices. Since 1981, Mr. Lott has presented over 3000 sessions on topics ranging from Interviewing, Attitude, Firing, the ADA and Sexual Harassment to Documentation, Communication and Motivation.
Quoted in the Wall Street Journal and featured in newspaper articles in Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Kansas City, Hunter is currently editing a human resource "how to" manual on employment practices and helping companies stay in compliance with their employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) requirements.
A good training presentation has to be both interesting and practical. From past experience, you may think this isn't possible - especially with a riveting topic like "Human Resources and the Law." But, that's where Hunter Lott excels. He specializes in stories. People remember the stories and the "so what" reasons behind the stories.
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After attending Tulane University in New Orleans and graduating from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, Mr. Lott started his business career in insurance underwriting, management and sales. He has also worked in the service department (a union shop) of an automobile dealership, as well as time spent in local government and retail.
Based in Lawrence, Kansas, Hunter is the founder of Encore Information Network. He is an award winning course leader for the American Management Association. His work for the Association includes public seminars, private presentations and interactive satellite. His client list includes Anheuser-Busch, Milton Hershey School, TEC/The Executive Committee and the Drug Enforcement Administration. In addition, he has advised hundreds of small, growing businesses on simplifying, writing and implementing practical, safe company policies and procedures.
Hunter is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management, the American Society of Training and Development and the Project Management Institute.