New York Times Best-Selling Author & entreQuest CEO
Joe Mechlinski, a New York Times bestselling author, engaging speaker, CEO of SHIFT, father to two, and avid community activist, has a deep-rooted passion that lies in helping to build company cultures based on mission, strategy, and growth, regardless of economic or industrial circumstance. Read More >
Three Strategies to Grow Regardless
In this speech, Mechlinski helps executive teams, CEOs, board of directors and management teams grow their organization regardless of size, industry, the economy, and despite the government. He guides audiences through how they can continue to motivate their team and own the direction they are moving. He also educates business owners on the five dynamics that are changing the world today: distraction, destruction, disconnection, distrust and debt. Additionally, you will learn the five questions you should be asking that you’re not: What really matters? What’s most important? Why are we doing this? What’s the aim? And who else cares?
Through his first hand experiences, Mechlinski delivers continuous value to customer service representatives, sales people and all client facing professionals by helping them provide their clients with remarkable experiences at every turn. Audience members will learn to understand what’s happening to the economy and where the economy is moving so they can think differently in how they treat people. In addition, they will learn how to increase standards from good to great and great to remarkable for client experiences.
Human resources professionals, cross-functional committee of change oriented professionals, management teams and executive teams can learn to create sustainable change within their organizations through this inspiring speech. Mechlinski shares the one critical rule that gets people to support direction moving forward. He also teaches professionals how to ask questions, listen and do something with the information learned, the five steps to creating sustainable change and most importantly, how to RESET your culture’s direction.