Nov. 16 — John Krenson on Markets & Relationships

john-krensonAre you or your organization overlooking a significant market and relationship for your products, services, recruiting or career growth?

John Krenson, Executive Director of Operation Stand Down Tennessee, joins us to discuss marketing & relationships. And with our recent celebration of Veterans’ Day, why and how to connect with this 20+ million community.osdtn-logo

“Leaders and professionals must be engaged with their clients, their team and other stakeholders. How strong are your relationships?  says John. “Do you need a stronger foundation to strengthen your relationships? Where do you need to work on developing like and trust? Are you selling a commodity service TO your client or are you providing value by working WITH your client to solve problems? When your client needs that unique insight or solution from a trusted and valued business advisor, you want them to call you. They will call someone. Remember, it’s all about relationships.”

John’s extensive leadership experience at Project Stand Down and in the private sector includes his position as partner and executive vice president at Nashville’s Besway Systems, Inc., which manufactures industrial solvents and cleaners. He also launched his own independent consulting practice in 2004. He also has experience in multinational and diverse environments, as well as media engagement. He helped many firms with connecting a vision to processes and resources that led to growth and engagement.

John has provided consulting, training and coaching services for leadership and business development serving clients in Fortune 500, Top 100 Accounting Firms, small businesses, non-profits, and government agencies.  He has also lectured at universities nationwide.

Come. Connect with John and other communications professional at Maggiano’s, Nov. 16.  See who else is in the room.

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More about John Krenson and Project Stand Down

Does John know veterans? Colonel Krenson commanded the 2nd Squadron, 278th ACR in support of response operations in Louisiana following Hurricane Gustav in 2008, and during the unit’s deployment to Iraq in 2010 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  He also served in Afghanistan in 2003 -2004 and in Mississippi in support of response operations following Hurricane Katrina  His military awards include Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, Iraq Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, NATO Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal with Star, Meritorious Service Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters among other Federal and State awards. John is a graduate of the US Army War College class of 2012 and currently commands the 30th Troop Command Tennessee Army National Guard.

In addition, John was Ordained a Permanent Deacon in Catholic Church in 1999 and has served the Cathedral of the Incarnation and Christ the King parishes.  He is a native of Nashville, and is the son of Gilbert and Ann Krenson.  He and his wife Carrie have two children, Dasha and Evan.

Operation Stand Down is a full-time 501(c)3 non-profit agency that assists Veterans and their families so they can be self-sustaining and better connected to the community. Operation Stand Down directly provides honorably discharged Veterans:  1) the only Veteran Service Center in Tennessee, 2) Transitional Housing, 3) Employment Services, and 4) The 12th Avenue Thrift Store.  Operation Stand Down uses a “whole veteran” approach to provide and identify the most appropriate services and support for the best interests of each individual Veteran.

 

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