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TGIM Kick-Butt Kick-Off - Roxanne Emmerich - Thank God It's Monday
Roxanne Emmerich® is America's most sought-after workplace transformation expert. She is listed by Sales and Marketing Management magazine as one of the 12 most requested speakers in the country for her ability to transform negative workplace performance and environments into "bring it on" results-oriented cultures.
Roxanne's new book Thank God It's Monday!® reached and maintained its position as #1 on Amazon's business bestseller list and made the Wall Street Journal's best seller list—all in the first week of its release. As President and CEO of The Emmerich Group, Inc.® she has consulted and spoken to most of the financial institutions in the top one percent of performance, as well as clients like Merck, Pfizer, Allianz, Lockheed Martin and hundreds of other leaders in almost every industry. Roxanne was inducted into the National Speaker Hall of Fame for her impact and quantifiable effectiveness.She has also published hundreds of articles in leading publications on such topics as leadership for results, employee engagement for bottom AND top-line improvement, profit-rich growth strategies, and a multitude of other workplace breakthrough issues.
Roxanne Emmerich® received the Philanthropist of the Year AwardRoxanne Emmerich® received the 2010NSA Philanthropist of the Year Award
A three-time Entrepreneur of the Year, Roxanne served Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson as a key advisor on reinventing state government and serves as Editor-In-Chief of Extraordinary Banker® magazine. She is in demand for interviews by CNN, NPR, CBS, and other media outlets nationwide for her proven ability to help workplaces get unstuck and achieve radically improved results quickly.
To book Roxanne Emmerich call Executive Speakers Bureau at 800-754-9404.
Thank God It's Monday!®
How to Build a Motivating Workplace
Based on her best-selling business book by the same name, this presentation by Roxanne is all about your employees and your workplace.Specifically, are your people bringing all of their passion, commitment, skills and enthusiasm to the workplace everyday? Do you need a way to bring together your fragmented teams to work for one larger vision? Are dysfunctional viruses such as whining, gossip, and sabotage contaminating the spirit of winning you want to create? Roxanne also explains why almost every business is 'dead wrong' with their approach to motivating employees!
How to Master the 7 Breakthrough Strategies of Top-Performing Businesses
Did you ever get the feeling there's a better way to skin this cat? In researching her new book, Profit-Growth Banking: How to Master 7 Breakthrough Strategies of Top-Performing Banks, Roxanne Emmerich® discovered that the differences in strategy between the top performers and the rest of the herd in any business venture are profound.
How to Radically Transform Your Company for More Profit-Rich Growth
Some people insist that it takes two years to "transform a culture." Roxanne Emmerich® says, "Only if you say so!"If you're ready to witness a miracle before your very eyes, know that it is possible. Roxanne has seen it happen after a one-day program; hundreds of companies have doubled their service scores within 30 days. And almost as many have seen sales growth increases from 30 percent to well over 100 percent.
The real miracle is seeing how these organizations have become alive and passionate places to work, with focused energy and iron-clad systems for integrating strategy, marketing, sales, and service (we know this doesn't sound possible-but it is.)
"Thank you for the powerful presentation at our Bank CEO Conference. You have an extraordinary gift of making the complex simple. You helped our presidents increase their businesses while improving their return on investment. Many of our CEO's have asked to do business with you directly."
Farmers & Merchants Bank
"Your last visit continues to pay off handsomely. The standards you helped us develop are still talked about at every staff meeting years later."
Financial Women International
“Your opening keynote was met with top marks. Your enthusiasm, professionalism and energy truly resonated with everyone and both your presentations were the top rated of the conference."
For Steps to More Profitable and Higher Quality Loans
Friday, April 17, 2015
We've seen easier times. Remember when loan requests just walked through the door? That was nice while it happened, but you may not want to hold your breath waiting for the "good old days" to return.
This is the new "normal."
It's time for different mindsets and skill sets, because banks that "get it" are taking market share from the others at a record-breaking pace. While many banks are filled with lenders complaining that customers are hard to find, there's a new breed of banker that's making hay. They know what to do, and they're doing it right now. Here are five steps you can start today to attract high quality loans and get them to bring all their business:
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The 7-Step Iron-clad Formula That Will (Finally) Focus Your Team on Results
Thursday, April 17, 2014
The 7-Step Iron-clad Formula That Will (Finally) Focus Your Team on Results Most workplaces are filled with people who are busy, busy, busy, but never seem to get results. They feel that a good excuse is a fine replacement for results any day. Everyone thinks there is no excuse for OTHER people not doing THEIR job, but do not understand that the results of their own job are just as important.
Some people find accountability to be intrinsic—they own it in every cell of their bodies. For the rest, here are 7 ways to activate the potential for 100% integrity.
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Culture: the #1 Predictor of Future Growth and Profitability
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Most bankers think that internal culture means friendly tellers, free coffee in the lobby and someone to greet customers as they come in the door. No, no, no! Have you ever found one bank that was able to get 100 to 150 basis points more in net interest margin with that insipid belief system? Of course not. Because that's not what culture is.
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