Sixteen seasons as CEO for five professional baseball teams provides Skip Weisman with the ideal background to be a business coach that helps small businesses create championship companies. From 1986-2001 Skip served as CEO for five different professional baseball teams affiliated with the Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, and Texas Rangers.
As CEO, Skip’s primary role was to put butts in seats, keep the beer cold, and the bathrooms clean at his stadiums to keep fans coming back night after night. Twice in his baseball career his franchise won “Organization of the Year” Awards from the primary industry publications, The Sporting News and Baseball America.
Since 2002 Skip has been a keynote speaker, author, and small business coach working with business owners and their employees to create championship company cultures and work environments. His clients report more positive, more productive, and even more profitable companies after working together.
Two big, related dynamics are changing the field of industrial and B2B marketing: It's an ever-younger crowd with a penchant for the wired and the wireless, and they don't enjoy phone sales calls. They're likely to Google you first, pop over to your website, then check out your social media accounts. How will they find you? What will they find when they do?