Having Lisa Bouchard conduct DISC Behavior Styles sessions has been the best thing we have done at our General Manager Regional Meetings. The focus was on the GMs learning their DISC behavioral styles with a goal of going back to their restaurants with an awareness of how their behavioral style directly affects how they lead their team and produce results.
Lisa Bouchard and her team are true business partners. Lisa’s knowledge, passion, and desire are like none I have ever seen. She truly understands the customer and provides a customized program that fits their specific needs! Our participants state that the sessions are life-changing and that they have been able to connect with clients, peers, associates as well as their bosses like never before.
By the end of this decade, you’re going to walk into your favorite store or call up your supplier and find you’re dealing with someone who’s older or far more ethnic than you remember. Or, you may find there’s no one there at all.
Warnings of dramatic changes in the composition of the American work force
Why Many Graduates Do Not Use Their Degrees
Organizational Changes: How to Manage Right
Improve organizational vitality and efficiency. Get everyone on board and in the right seats.
Tools and services to help your company get through transitions.
PERSONALITY MATTERS Art Schoeck helps restaurants make hiring decisions
-By Suzanne Wright
|Art Schoeck photo credit Spark St. Jude||“Just like any other industry, restaurants are looking for low turnover and high-quality service,” says Art Schoeck, president of Data Dome.|
Art Schoeck, behavioral strategist and president of Data Dome, says 80 percent of hiring
The Art of Retaining Your Customers
Many companies work hard to successfully market and sell their products and services. Increasingly, they are focusing training and resources on attracting new customers. But, if
It costs six times more to attract a new customer than it does to keep an old one, why, then, do so many companies continue to
Motivate: v. To stimulate to action, provide with an incentive or motive.
Spurring employees to action is an age-old problem employers have been attempting to address for ages. How do we get employees to do what WE want them to do? This has proven difficult for a number of reasons.
The crux of the problem is the central
Sample Reports and DISC Profiles
If you manage others in your organization and have purchasing authority, you may qualify for a free DISC profile behavioral style assessment. Use our contact form to order. We also offer a complimentary needs assessment (call us at 404-814-0739), and you can download sample DISC profiles and behavioral style reports from our sample
‘Boy, can they talk! Boy, can they sell!’
Many more can talk than can sell.
Did you ever hire someone because they sounded so great – presented themselves so well – you thought they could do anything? But six months later, you’re tired of hearing how great they sound, you just want some results?
Why? What went wrong?