Enola Labs is proud to sponsor a presentation featuring Chief Development Officer of Hunter Technical Resources, Ricky Steele in the newly opened WeWork Co-working space in downtown Austin. In Steele’s “Heart of Networking” presentation he’ll show how to create a business environment that enables and promotes success, while creating satisfaction among clients, customers, colleagues, bosses, investors, and the community. Using theories from his book The Heart of Networking, Mr. Steele will share his blueprint for business life.
The presentation begins at 6pm on Tuesday, February 24th at the WeWork offices on the 14th floor of One America Center at 600 Congress Ave. Food, beverages and copies of Mr. Steele’s book will be provided. Learn more and RSVP.
About Ricky Steele
Ricky Steele is the ultimate Rainmaker. Steele has a long history of developing new business, expanding the brand, marketing, public relations, and community engagement for clients across many industries. Today, Ricky is the Chief Development Officer for Hunter Technical Resources, one of Atlanta’s premier staffing and recruiting companies.
Ricky is a published author with the release of his first book, The Heart of Networking, in September 2004 and The Heart of Networking Second Edition in January 2011. He frequently conducts seminars and speaks on the subject of his book, “successful networking through servant leadership and living the Golden Rule”.
Steele’s latest venture is as Host of Booth 61 on Business where he interviews community technology leaders from companies large and small. The focus of the show is to build a more robust technology community. “A rising tide lifts all boats”.
Steele is a native of Atlanta and served as Director, Emerging Growth Technology Practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was instrumental in helping PwC take the dominate position among the Big 5 within emerging growth companies.
Mr. Steele has been profiled and cited in numerous local business publications and several national technology publications including The Wall Street Journal. The Atlanta Business Chronicle has named Mr. Steele one of the “Who’s Who in Technology” during his employment at both PwC and Korn/Ferry International.
A lifelong entrepreneur, Steele received the Georgia Small Business Person of the Year Award in 1986. He was hired as a consultant by BETA, SSA, and WIT to study the various technology associations in Georgia which produced the original business plan for The Technology Association of Georgia.
Mr. Steele has had a passion for serving the needs of his community throughout his career. Steele was a Founder and the first Chairman for both Atlanta’s Table, part of The Atlanta Community Food Bank and Hospitality Helping Hands. Mr. Steele currently serves on The Carter Center Board of Councilors. He has also served on the Board of Trustees for Leadership Atlanta and The Ron Clark Academy. Mr. Steele is an Alumnus of Leadership Atlanta (1986) and Leadership Georgia (1987).