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Glenn Pasch

Glenn PaschGlenn Pasch is a trainer at heart. He is speaker, writer, coach and operations strategist as well as a customer service fanatic

Glenn Pasch is a trainer at heart. He is a speaker, writer, coach and operations strategist as well as a customer service fanatic.

As CEO of PCG Digital Marketing and a partner of PCG Consulting, he works with clients to develop new strategies that will enable their businesses to become more efficient and profitable.

Glenn has more than 25 years of experience with a proven track record of leading diverse teams of professionals and companies to new levels of achievement in a variety of highly competitive industries and markets. He has worked as an executive coach for all levels of leadership from C-suite to the front line.

He continues to author articles for multiple industry publications and his blog, Accessible Leadership. He is a co-author of the book, “Selling Cars in the Digital Age,” which has been translated into four languages and is being used to increase sales at dealerships in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe.

As a highly requested speaker, Glenn has educated audiences throughout the US and internationally. His keynotes and workshops on various topics, including digital marketing strategy, business leadership, online reputation, employee performance and the customer experience, are designed so that audiences walk away with not only an understanding of the topic, but tangible tools to improve as well.

Glenn is a member of The Association for Talent Development as well as the National Speakers Association.

Says Glenn:

“I love all kinds puzzles. I like creating structure where others see chaos. I like to help make ideas accessible for organizations and people so they perform better.”

“My passion is customer service and helping teams and individuals to achieve their personal levels of success. I am blessed to have great support at PCG but most importantly I have a great wife and boys to keep reminding me what is important.”

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