(PRWEB) March 1, 2006
Dr. Tom Rogers and Jim Velos, founders of The Rogers Group, identify hiring errors made by businesses on the new show “Business Dis-eases: Cure Them or Die.” The broadcast can be heard Thursday, March 2nd at noon Pacific (3pm Eastern) on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel (http://www.Business.VoiceAmerica.com).
“Business Dis-eases: Cure Them or Die” features co-hosts Velos and Dr. Rogers discussing the differences between “healthy” versus “diseased” organizations and what companies struggling with profitability issues can do to eliminate diseases hurting sales, customer service, personnel and operations.
About Dr. Tom Rogers
Thomas A. Rogers, Ph.D., is an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist. As President of The Rogers Group, Dr. Rogers is frequently asked to speak on the qualities that are inherent in “Healthy Organizations.” His experience as a salesperson, general manager and president earned him a nomination as the National Executive of the Year.
About Jim Velos
Jim Velos is an organizational effectiveness consultant who has held many positions including president and general manager of his own manufacturing company, regional vice president for a company formerly owned by IBM and president of his consulting firm. As a key member of The Rogers Group, Velos has developed a diverse client base of companies and organizations.
About The Rogers Group
The mission of The Rogers Group (http://www.DrTomRogers.com) is to remove organizational infections and replace them with profitable habits. The Rogers Group attacks the many causes of “Dis-ease” that can infect any business and retard growth and profitability. By differentiating between family and private business, the Company is able to treat root causes in each individual situation.
For information about the speaking and consulting services of The Rogers Group, or to purchase copies of Dr. Tom’s two books (The Seven Deadly Sins of Family Business; and The Al Factor: The True Story of a 20th Century Businessman; All-American and Unsung Hero), dial 1-800-811-9222.