SIMPSON BAY – President and CEO of Training Professionals International Firm (TPI), Dr. Natasha J. Gittens, PhD., CHE, CHT, will launch her book titled, The Pie Philosophy, on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at Divi Little Bay Resort.
This will be the first of four free seminars TPI has planned that will be held quarterly in St. Maarten in 2017. The theme of the first seminar is “Stop Looking Back,” facilitated by Gittens as the keynote speaker.
Gittens stated in a recent press conference, “The book is very important to me, it is an easy read that will introduce The Pie Philosophy, supported by my ten steps to success, coupled with personal, uplifting, inspirational quotes. Readers will own a riveting, informative and propelling guidebook to achieve measurable change in 30 days. I understand my commitment as a lifelong educator, I am self-mandated me to share my knowledge with others. As the President and CEO of TPI Firm, I must lead the firm in a manner that embraces the community and enriches its people. My book, The Pie Philosophy and our free seminar(s) candidly illustrates that we are a firm that values the people of St. Maarten, believes in giving back and is determined to introduce innovative, forward thinking professional and community education.”
TPI is committed to providing the people of the Caribbean, with non-traditional opportunities to learn and their 4 divisions showcase that promise. The Hospitality Division offers over 20 AHLEI Hospitality certifications in person or online:
Front Desk, Housekeeping, Server, Food and Beverage to upper Management and Leadership courses; the Professional Development Division, offers unique STARS one-day workshops, Customer Service, The History of St. Maarten to Building Effective Work Teams, Business Writing and Public Speaking and much more, all of which are accredited and certified by the Certified Professional Development Certification Service (CPD) the Organizational Services Division, referred to as the One-Stop-Option for Caribbean organizations, offers diverse trainings, employee orientation programs on-site, team building retreats, mentoring and coaching services, organizational restructuring, staffing placement, secret shopper programs, and the Community Affairs Division provides free and engaging seminars quarterly for communities that focus on building Human Capital for a stronger Caribbean.
The book will be available at the free Seminar, priced at $24.99 and will be available online on February 1, 2017. To preorder the book, email: Firmtpi@gmail.com or call: (721) 526-2050 or 2052. Also visit the TPI website at TPIFIRM.COM.