SSI Columnist Shares Leadership Tips at InsideIQ Fall Meeting
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — To help electronic security contractors improve their businesses, Matterhorn Consulting, a business consulting and sales training company, presented a skill development series titled, “Lead Like a Marine,” during InsideIQ Building Alliance’s Fall Meeting on Oct. 14-17 here.
During the session, Matterhorn Consulting Principal Paul Boucherle, Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Certified Sherpa Coach (CSC), offered leadership tips to attendees. Boucherle, who writes SSI’s Convergence Channel column, shared some of the principles he learned as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps that can work in today’s business environment.
Co-owner Jayne Boucherle also presented during the seminar, stressing the importance of understanding one’s style of leadership through Work of Leaders DiSC Assessments to improve performance.
Matterhorn Consulting offers a full consultancy service, tailored skill development facilitation, strategic business planning, including coaching services such as CSCs. As a distributor of Inscape Publishing, Matterhorn also offers assessment tools for all levels of an organization.
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