Cary Stamp interviews Dr. Gerry Pulvermacher about his remarkable family history and professional life, starting with his immigration to Canada as a child with parents who were Holocaust survivors in the Bergen-Belsen Displaced Persons Camp.
Gerry is an industrial psychologist based in South Florida and Canada who saw an opportunity in the marketplace and built an international enterprise that helps business owners transition ownership (and leadership) to the next generation. He also works with entities to develop more productive and high-functioning executive teams. offering services to clients all over the world.
Tune in to hear Gerry’s inspiring stories about family, and his career dedicated to improving the longevity and leadership of dozens of family and closely held businesses.
You’ll hear about:
- The story of his family rising up from a concentration camp experience
- How he built a private practice into an international consulting firm
- Numerous insights about family and closely held businesses, management, and leadership
- Plus much more!
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