Are you running the business on hope? “I hope we do it again” “I hope they got the training they needed.” “I hope that doesn’t happen again.”How do you interpret results? How do you know what is working and what is just a one time coincidence? Learn how to dig into what is causing the results you are getting, both good and bad, and how to understand why a repeatable process is the key to winning.
Glenn Pasch is a trainer at heart. He is a speaker, writer, coach and operations strategist as well as a customer service fanatic.
As the COO and Partner of PCG Digital Marketing and PCG Consulting he works with executive management and internal teams to develop new strategies around Digital Marketing initiatives that will enable businesses to achieve their desired objectives and priorities.
He is also a partner of First Class Educators, a Digital Marketing Event company that specializes in hosted training events for the automotive industry.
Glenn has more than 20 years of experience with a proven track record of leading diverse teams of professionals to new levels of achievement in a variety of highly competitive markets and fast paced environments. He has worked as an executive coach for all levels of leaderships from C-suite to the front line.
He continues to author articles for multiple industry publications as well as continuing his writing online at www.glennpasch.com .
If you have been to one of Glenn’s highly requested workshops you have seen his passion and energetic straight-forward style of speaking which connects with audiences and leaves them excited about what they learned along with tangible tools to implement his training.
Glenn continues to speak on a variety of topics that cover business leadership, change management, digital marketing and the impact of this new technology on culture, business and society.
Glenn is a member of The American Society of Training and Development as well as the National Speakers Association.
“My passion is customer service and leading teams and individuals to achieve their personal levels of success. I am blessed to have great support at PCG but most importantly I have a great wife and boys to keep reminding me what is important.”