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May 8: Business Transformation

Plan on attending our next CN meeting on May 8. It should be an interesting and career relevant program. Evan Sanchez will be presenting:

Business Transformation – Companies ready for change often don’t know what that change should look like. Evan has developed a toolbox of modalities to become a true change agents for businesses that recognize their time is now.

Here’s his bio:

With a proven track record as an entrepreneur, superior sales management skills and the heart of a coach, Evan Sanchez is often called upon to help small and large businesses reach higher levels of performance by harnessing the skills and assets they have already within their organizations. His Intuitive FLOW coaching psychology also inspires companies to make the culture changes and organizational adjustments necessary to thrive and grow, and encourage their employees to become part of their successes.

By championing leadership, communication, sales performance, critical thinking and work/life balance, Sanchez and his fellow Springboard Consulting associates, develop customized plans for each client and provide workshops, consultations and team-building programs to ensure success. Small and medium size businesses often report revenue increases of 20-30 percent, improved capabilities, and decreases in conflicts and improvements in employee morale.

With more than 15 years as a personal trainer, coach and as a former member of semi-professional Albuquerque Gunners soccer team, Sanchez knows all about setting goals and the champion mindset that makes one achieve new levels of success. In addition to a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Texas, he’s been the owner or co-owner of three businesses, Director of sales and marketing at Kepner-Tregoe, sales manager at LandAmerica American Title, and a sales director at Dallas Business Journal, where he was named Employee of the Year in 2003.

See you at the meeting!

Maura Schreier-Fleming

CN Chairperson

 

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