Listen in as Keith Hicks and Dick Teters join host Alvin C. Miles to discuss how accountable leadership helps impact success.
Keith Hicks / Senior Vice President of Human Resources, MedAssets
At MedAssets, Keith oversees human capital strategy and implementation including workforce planning, talent management, organization design and development , executive and employee compensation and talent acquisition. He brings 25 years of industry experience and human resources leadership to his role.
Previously, Keith served as the executive vice president of Human Resources for Radiant Systems, Inc. where he was responsible for all aspects of human resources across Radiant’s global operation. Prior to that, Mr. Hicks was a partner with Accenture and during his 21-year tenure held several executive human resource positions with increasing responsibility from regional to global in scope.
Keith graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in computer science.
Richard (Dick) Teters / The Center for Accountable Leaders
Dick retired from the US Army in 1998, after a 30 year active duty career. His Army career was about evenly divided into mini‐careers as an Armored Cavalry officer, Finance and Accounting officer, and a Recruiting officer. His last assignment was as the Chief of Staff, US Army Recruiting Command.
Upon retiring from the Army he became a professor of business at Kennesaw State University. Although his teaching interests are broad, he tends to concentrate on entrepreneurship, managing small enterprises, and business and economic history. Dick’s research interests are in entrepreneurial leadership and economic history. He is currently developing two courses in economic history. His primary research is vested in The Center for Accountable Leaders (TCAL), where he is recording and archiving the video‐memoirs of proven military and business leaders. TCAL has set a Napoleon Hill goal to record the life experiences of 500 leaders.
Dick was raised in the oil fields of Saudi Arabia since the age of four, and he’s traveled and worked all over the world. He maintains personal and business contacts around the world. He has played major roles in three high tech start up companies and conducted due diligence analysis for over 400 high technologies.
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