Alan, I was invited to join this "network" system by Joe Dunbar one of my JV Partners. Would you be interested in learning how our Winslow Reports could increase your sales and reduce turnover by 15% - 60%? Here is an overview of our Winslow Research Institute. We have been in the assessment business for over
40 years having started in the athletic business. The program has been successfully used by all 30 NHL Teams, 13 NFL Teams, 5 NBA Teams, 16 Olympic National Teams, 500+ Colleges and all of Major League Baseball for the last 38 years. In the business world we work with such notable companies as FranklinCovey, Rich Dad Coaching (franchisee selection), Denis Waitley, Jack Canfield - America's Success Coach and author of the Soup for the Soul series, Oracle Corporation, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and thousands of other small and large US, Canadian and International companies throughout the world. Call me at (214) 295-5237 to set up a full demo which would take about 45 - 60 minutes depending on the amount of questions you might have. Or if you wish send me an email to TonyDiRico@ProfitHunters.biz with a couple of dates & times that best suits your schedule for lets say an hour and I will in turn send you a GoToMeeting invite for a Webinar demo of our product.
At your service,
PS Again our client's are seeing a 20% - 50% reduction in turnover cost with the use of our human behavior assessment tools. Not to mention the increase in revenues through enhancement of their current employees and hiring better people. For instance; "My sales grew 60% in 2005 over 2004 and I attribute that to hiring better people which I attribute to the use of the Winslow Profile System". - Marty Giles - North Star Ford.
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