"People make the difference," says Arnold Rintzler of AWR Business Concepts. "More than any other business variable, the development of human resources is the key to greater growth and profits."
Arnie knows his subject. He has successfully coached more than 300 individuals in 40 industries, helping them to achieve inspired leadership, employee cohesion and ultimately, greater profit. As a certified facilitator for the Total Quality Institute and Resources Associates Corporation, he has helped his clients implement "total quality management," a holistic approach to continuous business improvement.
Arnie joins Mitch on today's episode to discuss the difficulties business owners face, especially during the coronavirus outbreak, in growing their companies and succeeding at what they aim to do.
Prior to founding AWR Business Concepts in 1993, Arnie spent 29 years in business, including 12 years as president of The Casual Woman, a chain of women’s apparel stores, which he founded, grew successfully, and sold to a national retailer. He was also a senior manager for R.H. Macy Company and Federated Department Stores. He is particularly adept in buying, merchandising, operations and human resources. Arnie started AWR Business Concepts because he knows from experience that "people will willingly accomplish great things given the right support, the right tools, and the right kind of leadership."