- Life...Serially Committed to Doing Good..., present
Everybody knows that to grow your business, you must first invest in growing your people. Most business that achieve top ranks, best-in-class designation and iconic status perpetually invest in people beyond simply recruiting and off-the-shelf "training" programs. They focus on development as a core business philosophy.
In our experience, there are two types of organizations...Those that see personal development and professional education as an investment with BIG RETURNS and those that perceive it to be an expense too hard to justify. We ask this question of all leaders initially, "If you committed to investing in your people, would you pay for less problems and the expensive mistakes from negative thinking?
Our clients experience astonishing success. We currently partner with the fastest growing Lexus dealership in the US over the last 3 years as well as in the history of the brand! Do you seek to achieve even greater success? Our clients are the fastest growing in their markets, with talented people seeking positions in the company versus pure recruiting. They're recognized top performers prepared to develop their people both professionally and personally.
We work at various levels within organizations on cultural overhauls that drive higher levels of performance in any business. Each has its own unique challenges that are based on more broadly occurring threats which often silently and stealthily plague growth and development in any company or organization, large or small, when not identified and corrected for multiplied better results. We teach and guide our clients and their teams to leverage better thinking for optimized performance. The basis is made up of the academic, social and practical experiences of the most important “asset” any organization has…its people.
We help teams focus and execute through creativity and collaboration delivering sustainable bottom-line improvements!
- LIFEBetter Philosophies, 1967 - presentAbsorbing every ounce of material that I can through books, audio and video programs. so that I can de-program the dysfunctional theories, practices and fallacies perpetrated on people since the advent of the industrial age...period. THINKING FOR MYSELF!
- NADA General Dealership Management AcademyDealership Operations, 1995 - 1996
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