Join MB CEO Scott McGohan and his long-time associate, Ed Eppley from The Eppley Group, as they reflect on the recession of 2008-09 and how this health crisis imitates in emotion but is caused by different circumstances. Scott and Ed discuss how business owners, managers, and executives have accepted this fate of struggle for their business, but should look to the 2010 Harvard Business Review article, Roaring Out of Recession, to find the courage and confidence to overcome any fear that may prohibit being proactive toward growth.
Ed Eppley is a leading global expert in professional management, sales strategy, and performance management. He is a former principal consultant for the Table Group, a Patrick Lencioni Company, and operates The Eppley Group. He has worked with executive teams at multinational companies across the U.S., Europe, China, Japan, and Australia. His clients include a “Who’s Who” of business category leaders such as BMW, DSW, Sara Lee, Bloomberg, Battelle, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Speedway, Steamboat Ski & Resort Company, Value City Furniture, PSA Airlines, Emerson Electric, NECCO, Safelite Auto Glass, and others.
A life-long entrepreneur, Ed started an advertising agency and a manufacturer’s rep firm selling to the industrial and construction markets before creating Tyson Eppley Management, ProspeX, and The Eppley Group.
As a facilitator of the Course for Presidents at Aileron in Tipp City, Ohio, Ed helps owners of private businesses apply a system of professional management to identify and correct workplace problems. A professional career that has spanned more than 40 years, Ed has honed a skill for identifying talent, understanding executive challenges and spotting and improving problematic management.