Dennis Engelbrecht is a family business consultant who has devoted his life and career to creating, improving, building, and coaching entrepreneurs for greater business success. He has seven successful business ventures of his own to his credit. Among these was his own consulting company, Southern Management Services, where he successfully developed programs and staff to assist over 500 closely held businesses in a wide variety of industries.
Most recently, Dennis purchased a firm at the request of an exiting owner, turned it around, tripled sales, and subsequently sold the company. He rejoined FBI full-time in 2009 even more qualified than before to guide family and closely held business leaders to a better future.
His broad and varied career has exposed Dennis to virtually every area of family business planning and management. He is skilled in performance benchmarking, management consulting, operations planning, strategic planning, financial modeling, valuation, and a host of other disciplines.
Dennis has an MBA from Northeastern University and has 30 years of experience in helping closely held business owners find the bottom line results and quality of lives they want.
It may be fairly simple for very small contractors to communicate their mission among a handful of employees. But what happens when contractors grow and add more – sometimes dozens and even hundreds more – people to their teams over time? Then what? Please tune in...
If you’re like most contractors, even the largest ones, most of your business development effort comes just before your presentation is due or the project nears award. The hurry up and rush nature of BD can easily cause a contractor to develop myopia and miss big...
Both Dennis and Wayne have done blogs concerning “The Great Resignation,” and researchers are still digging into this unprecedented phenomenon. Donald Cooper recently wrote in his blog of an MIT study, and it is pretty eye-popping! Please tune in this week as Wayne...