Three Questions to Ask Yourself, Your Team or Company…

1. Do you have a written well thought out “Game Plan” built on your unique culture?
2. Is Continuous Improvement a consistent habit (like brushing your teeth) or only done when you are forced to make a change?
3. Do you have in place the right “P.S.T.” (People, Structure and Tools)?

If the answer is “no” to any of those questions, let’s have a conversation.

Define your business culture and create a game plan for success.
Define your organization’s culture, create a game plan, get results.
Create a continuous improvement program that makes change a daily habit.
Create a continuous improvement program that makes change a daily habit.
Implement proven best practice entrepreneurial business tools and resources.
Put in place the right People | the right Structure | the right Tools
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We are Mission-Based and Focus on Practical Applications and Solutions

We learn about your company and what it needs. Then the appropriate best practice tools and processes are implemented. Whatever and whoever works is our credo. Our methodology begins by examining a company’s culture (vision, goals, mission and values). We work with leaders and their teams to discover what support is needed and partner with them to create it.

Partnering with growth oriented leaders to create the right P.S.T. support
the right People | the right Structure | the right Tools

When you work with John M. Ruh and Associates, it’s as if our name is on the door.

We are a team of experienced Chicago entrepreneurs with various business growth specialties that function as part of your outside leadership team. We are committed to making sure your desired business outcomes and results occur and to deliver on our 7 promises.

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DISC – What Is It?

DISC is a behavioral tool that helps people recognize their own behavioral strengths and weaknesses along with those of others. It is particularly effective at helping you better understand and communicate with people whose style you find difficult. It can be used in managing, marketing, coaching, team building, sales and recruiting.

The following are some common behaviors within these four categories.

D – Dominance – focuses on results and the bottom line, confident
I – Influence – persuades others and prefers open communication and strong relationships
S – Steadiness – sincere, dependable, and cooperates well with others
C – Compliance – competent and prefers to be accurate

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