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Herb Escher is the President of Dale Carnegie Training of Western New York.
Herb has developed a reputation as a catalyst for positive change in many organization across the country.
This episode is important to me because not only are we exploring the source of toxic leadership, we also are discussing the various costs and misconceptions many people have related to feedback and conflict.
I had a great time exploring this topic through Herb's experience with organizations of various sizes.
Herb Escher is a consummate professional with exceptional leadership skills. As a native of Rochester, New York, Mr. Escher has developed a reputation as a catalyst for positive change. In this context, Herb has championed creative marketing campaigns and established a gold standard of excellence in the customer care processes that Dale Carnegie of Rochester employs to retain client relationships. He encourages entrepreneurial thinking at all levels within his business and leads a culture of empowerment and success in which individuals pursue their full potential.
Herb has served on the following boards/committees: Junior Achievement, Rochester Area Community Foundation, and the Democratic Chronicle board of contributors/YP Blogger, We Live New York. He currently serves on the following boards: American Heart Association, Leadership Rochester, and the Latino Leadership Development Committee for the United Way.
Herb joined the Dale Carnegie organization in 2003 and has been a major driver of business development and sales. As a result of his leadership in these areas, Dale Carnegie of Rochester, NY has grown more 70% since 2003.
Mr. Escher has received recognition as the Rookie of the Year and is in the $300,000 club in 2005, 2006 and is currently ranked in the top 60 of all Dale Carnegie Training Consultants. Under Herb’s sales leadership, Dale Carnegie Training of Rochester N.Y. grew 110% in the 2012-2013 fiscal year.
Mr. Escher maintains a robust client list that includes reputable companies such as Xerox, Dixon Schwabl, City of Rochester, Pike Construction Company, ConServe-ARM and many more.
Mr. Escher is an excellent communicator and enjoys favorable relationships throughout the business and political community in Rochester, NY.
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