Portland, OR (PRWEB) September 29, 2006
A-TEAMS Performance Technologies, http://www.a-teams.us a management consulting group, is expanding its services internationally to assist CEOs Presidents and entrepreneurs on growing their companies in a more "enlightened fashion". A-TEAMS' business mangement services are designed to increase cash flow, lower costs, cut turn-over and bring peace of mind to both executive management as well as employees.
Michael Shenker, A-TEAMS President, has spent the last twenty five years intertwining Eastern philosophy with Western motivational techniques to Fortune 500 companies, new business start-ups and everything in between. Fundamental to Shenker's philosophy is "treat your employees like they're family and treat your customers like your employees."
One of the distinguishing aspects of the A-TEAMS http://www.a-teams.us management consulting strategy is the use of "teams" or mastermind groups for implementing change. According to Shenker, "By creating an environment that exploits traits that are hard-wired into the human psyche, combined with the dual dynamic of team support and peer-group pressure, peak-performance becomes the norm and achievement skyrockets." "The use of teams works, because everybody wants to be better than they are and people have better ideas and more courage for one another than they do for themselves. It also adds an element of fun to the organizational development process," says Shenker
In order to serve its expanded client base, A-TEAMS primarily works with its clients via teleconferencing and e-mail. This efficient executive coaching process saves everyone time and money and allows A-TEAMS to conveniently traverse time zones.
About A-TEAMS Performance Technologies http://www.a-teams.us:
A-TEAMS was formed in February 1996, after Michael Shenker, A-TEAMS founder, created the program for First Consumers National Bank (FCNB). The bank was in the midst of a buy-out by Spiegel (Spiegel Catalogs) and was concerned about their marketing team falling apart and loosing their $42 million per month revenue stream. Shenker, a business managent consultant, was brought on board to solve the problem. In a matter of months, the buy-out was complete, the revenue stream was maintained and according to Patti McCoy, FCNB's Executive Vice President, the marketing department was celebrating the "profound birth of a new marketing era". The A-TEAMS program was so successful, Shenker turned it into a stand-alone process for implementing change in companies whose management is looking for a better way to travel.