Business leader, speaker
One of the most knowledgeable authorities on quality, productivity and
communications, Frank Maguire shares his experience from a career that
has taken him from the highest levels of America's most respected businesses
- including the Executive Office of the President - to rooms full of eager
He's the man who as the senior vice president created the personnel, communications
and employee relations programs that made Federal Express "the multi-billion
dollar business success story of the past two decades," as well as
the first service company to receive the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige
National Quality Award.
He's the man who as senior vice president worked with Col. Harland Sanders
and John Y. Brown, Jr. to launch the Kentucky Fried Chicken empire and
the fast food revolution of the 1970's.
He's the man who as director of marketing and public relations programs
at American Airlines played a key role in launching service to Hawaii,
the South Pacific and the Caribbean.
He's the man who as director of program development at the American Broadcasting
Company radio network personally hired Ted Koppel and Charles Osgood.
He served in the executive office of the President in Washington during
the administrations of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, and played
a key role in the creation of the War on Poverty.