Richard M. Batenburg Jr.
CEO, BATMANN Consulting, Inc. and Cliintel, LLC.
Richard Batenburg, Jr. has over 25 years of proven success as an entrepreneur and business owner/operator, managing all aspects of business from strategic and tactical planning through to execution. He has directed the marketing, sales, promotion, publicity, and public relations for public and private companies. In his operations he has also streamlined technology infrastructure, business processes, and practices and established strategies to maximize profitability while reducing costs. Batenburg excels at “end-to-end” processes to help frontline employees deliver products and services to customers. He is the founder and CEO of BATMANN Consulting, Inc. and Cliintel, LLC. Batenburg lives in Denver, CO with wife and three children. He is an avid ice hockey player, a Colorado Avalanche season ticket holder, and a die-hard Detroit Red Wings fan.
Change Is Great
Publication Date: January 2016
Is there one key component missing from your company that is preventing it from moving forward? How do you get it, or more importantly―why do you want it? Change is Great…Be First! is specifically for leaders looking for new ways for their employees to get things done efficiently and wow customers at the same time. Author Richard M. Batenburg, Jr. explains how adopting just a few best practices can spark an engaging, rewarding, and empowering business culture that embraces positive change.
Change is Great will help your company improve its:
- Servant leadership
- Bottom line
For over 15 years, Batenburg and his companies, BATMANN Consulting, Inc. and Clliintel, LLC, have worked directly with organizations of all sizes to provide data that can be used to promote growth and increase profits. He embraces new technology and encourages business leaders to utilize modern techniques, but he also warns of “brute force deployment,” instead suggesting a culture of change.Get ready to partner with your customers to execute and measure the success you both crave. It’s up to you to make the right changes―before your customers find someone new.