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  • Understanding iGen (Generation Z)
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Leadership in the 21st Century
  • Management Development
  • Keynote and Motivational Speaking
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Customer Service
  • Time Management
  • Written Communication/Email
  • Presentation Skills
  • Ethical Behavior in the Corporate Setting

There is indeed a science to establishing life-long relationships with your employees and your customers; but it isn’t rocket science. The basic building blocks are right at hand.  Whether you need to improve communication within your company, organize to meet the changing needs of your customers, or simply desire to improve the performance of your current staff, the process is the same. Ask, learn, measure, and then transform your environment. Science; not rocket science.

All too often we implement the management theory du jour, with the requisite short-lived results.  What's missing is a comprehensive approach that begins with an assessment of what we need; as employers, as employees, and as customers.  Communication is the first step.  Then by turns, we examine what has and is happening, and where we want to go.  Increased productivity and profitability are the focus, but without a workforce that understands its value, the chance of success is minimal.

I have presented this process to dozens of businesses, large and small.  I have developed and implemented customer service and communication skills training, working with companies to alter the perspective of their workforce.  The creativity of your employees is one of your most valuable assets;  Mind Your Business can assist you in developing your staff and your awareness.

I also present to youth groups on subjects that include responsibility, careers, and leadership opportunities.  As a former high school teacher and foreign exchange student coordinator, I've developed a  fresh and lively approach to working with high school and college students.

Joseph Lyman © 2018