Fred M. Capalby III Joins Interaction Associates in Southern California

BOSTON, MA. November 17, 2011 – Fred M. Capalby III has joined Interaction Associates as Director, Client Solutions, based in Southern California. Interaction Associates is a 40-year leadership development innovator that helps clients drive business success by developing collaborative work cultures and leadership at all levels.

“Fred will be a vital addition to Interaction Associates,” said Linda Stewart, President and CEO of the firm. “He is an experienced business development executive with demonstrated sales leadership and a strong background in human resources, risk management, administration and public relations. We look forward to his contributions supporting client organizations in Southern California and around the world.”

Prior to joining Interaction Associates, Capalby was Vice President, Client Services Consultant for Right Management. Before that, he was Vice President and Recruiting Manager for JP Morgan Chase (Washington Mutual), and held senior management positions with Hudson Highland Group, Inc, and Robert Half International, Inc.
Capalby attended Northern Arizona University, majoring in Marketing and Management. He is also a certified Personnel Consultant, and a member of Financial Executives International and the Human Resources Strategic Forum.

About Interaction Associates
Interaction Associates is a 40-year innovator of advanced methods for developing leaders in global companies. We help organizations build collaborative cultures and achieve excellence in a new measure of ROI – Return on Involvement – where employees go “beyond engagement” to share responsibility for business results. We develop leaders at all levels through consulting, learning and coaching with a focus on building leaders’ proficiency in collaboration, strategic thinking, and self awareness. With offices in Boston and San Francisco, IA client services include organization-wide consulting, learning solutions, and coaching via a Global Talent Network. For more info: