Jan 2, 2019
How do driven entrepreneurs with multiple projects keep all of their plates spinning? How do they make choices about who to work with and what to say YES to? How do they prioritize and manage the day-to-day amidst the busyness and craziness of running more than one business?
Ken Bator is the founder of Bator Training & Consulting, a firm that serves service-based businesses in creating extraordinary experiences for their customers, clients or members. He is also the cofounder and CEO of the Police Officers’ Credit Union Association (POCUA), a nonprofit designed to facilitate collaboration among executives of institutions serving law enforcement. Ken has 25 years of experience in marketing and business development, and he is committed to supporting his clients in the areas of branding, culture building and strategic planning.
Today, Ken sits down with Emerald to explain how he came to serve police officers through the POCUA, discussing the organization’s initial intent to provide a forum for collaboration and how it has evolved to support law enforcement officers and their families with their psychological, emotional, physical and financial needs. He shares how getting fired from his corporate VP position allowed him to try his hand at entrepreneurship and how his passion for speaking, writing and facilitating led to the creation of Bator Training & Consulting. Listen in for Ken’s W-I-N approach to decision-making and learn how being upfront about the value he provides allows him to say YES to the right clients!
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How Ken came to serve law enforcement officers through the POCUA
The POCUA’s initial intention to provide a forum for collaboration
How POCUA supports officers in a capacity beyond financial services
Ken’s holistic approach to helping police officers and their families
Ken’s commitment to supporting police officers in challenging times
How the POCUA grew out of Ken’s training and consulting work
How getting fired drove Ken to try his hand at entrepreneurship
Ken’s expertise in the areas of branding, culture building and strategy
How Ken serves service-based business that focus on experience
Ken’s WIN approach to decision-making while running two businesses
How cashflow influences what Ken says YES to in his consulting firm
Why Ken is upfront with potential clients about the value he provides
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