Managing With Respect with James DuBreuil
James DuBreuil, the founder of DuBreuil Management Consulting and author of the new book “Managing With Respect” joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest James DuBreuil discuss the following:
- Your book is titled “Managing With Respect.” Are you talking about respect for employees or more than that?
- Why do you identify “Communication” as the central principle in your model?
- Regarding the metrics component of your model, how do you define measurements for intangible responsibilities like professionalism, communication, collaboration, etc?
- How do you set expectations that can be met and be challenging at the same time?
- Your top talent requires a lot of time and money. How do you retain talent and nurture new talent with the same level of attention?
Jim DuBreuil undergraduate and graduate studies in the United States prepared him for his teaching jobs, but as often the case, economic pressures forced him to pursue a career in business. In 1979, he began working for IBM and has built a history of successful experiences in both large and small businesses since then.
At Disney Worldwide Services, Cap Gemini America and other companies, he has held a variety of management and executive positions within traditional hierarchy and matrixed organizations alike. Data center, call center, healthcare financial operations, and education services are just some of the environments where Jim has applied his model to create significant improvement and real business value over the years.