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Martice E Nicks Jr
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Martice E Nicks Jr replied to David Zinger's discussion Our Next E-Book: Write One Sentence of Employee Engagement Advice for Managers or Supervisors
"Only hire people with passion for what they do; create a work environment that fosters and facilitates the expression of that passion and use a communication style that makes it safe to stretch, fail and grow."
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Who are you?
Partner - Applied Concepts Institute, LLC - Professional Speaker, Master Sales Productivity and Effectiveness Consultant, Coach, and Trainer. Martice has 27 years as a successful consultant in government and private sectors. He focuses on optimizing and integrating systems that drive revenue and facilitate organizational performance. Martice has held multiple executive and management positions in companies including founding and self-directed teams. His approach brings a sense of urgency to drive positive behavioral change and most importantly-measurable business results. Clients realize between 15-30% increase in revenue in 90 days. Salesforce.com Certified Administrator.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Sales and Sales Management imporvement starts with engagement. I consult, coach and train clients on how to engage employees and transititon behaviors to improve productivity and effectiveness.
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At 3:17pm on August 28, 2008, Gregory Ferris said…
Martice - Tallahassee FL here. Most interested in hearing your approach to employee engagement in the workplace.

Thank you

Gregory Ferris
At 12:54pm on June 3, 2008, Tim Wright said…
Martice -

Welcome to EEN! Your blog reminds me of my days in charge of sales/customer service training for a large corp in NYC.

Tim
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At 12:53pm on June 3, 2008, Tim Wright said…
At 12:52pm on June 3, 2008, Tim Wright said…
Martice

Great blog. Brings to mind my years as director of sales training and development for a large corp.

Tim
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At 4:27pm on June 2, 2008, Martice E Nicks Jr said…
Thank you David, I look forward to joining the conversation
At 12:04pm on June 2, 2008, David Zinger said…
Martice,
Welcome aboard looks like you are doing some very valuable work on engagement and I look forward to your input and point of view.
David
 
 
 

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