Managing Partner at GrowTheBench
Neal Glatt is a managing partner with GrowTheBench.com. In his career as a snow contractor, Neal joined Case Snow Management, Inc. as an Account Executive in 2010. The company owned a single pick-up truck and had annual revenues of less than $1 million. Leading the sales effort and serving as part of the leadership team, Neal helped the company exceed $40 million in annual sales before beginning his own coaching practice in 2017. During that time, Neal discovered the power of focusing on strengths and the ability of strong leadership to influence amazing results. His passion is to help other people also find fulfillment and success in life. He is a Certified Strengths Coach through Gallup and a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Speaker, and Trainer.
Neal earned Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Marketing and Spanish from Northern Michigan University. Neal ran the Boston Marathon in 2018 and 2019, both times for a well-deserving charity benefiting youth in foster care. You can learn more about Neal at www.NealGlatt.com.
... Professional education and peer groups for the landscape and snow management industry
Our industry is facing a critical labor shortage and this situation is only going to get worse as our population ages and workforce participation continues to decline. Companies seeking to attract and retain talent in such a tight labor market must invest in their people in order to keep them engaged, satisfied, and productive. The question is how and where to make such investments. GrowTheBench was created to provide a practical solution by offering affordable online education, professional development, and peer networking, focused on the professional landscape and snow management industry in United States and Canada.
GrowTheBench was created for the entire industry, including service providers, contractors, suppliers, educators, consultants, and anyone else involved in our industry. Think of GrowTheBench as the Amazon of online education for the landscape/snow industry. If you are interested in contributing content to GrowTheBench or have a recommendation to pass along, please contact us at FacultySuggestions@GrowTheBench.com. In addition, we are lining up “fireside chats” with business owners and other industry leaders to gain their perspective in several important areas. We welcome ideas or recommendations for these as well.