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Drive business growth with rural America marketing insights

Are you ready for actionable marketing insight you can apply to help you reach, connect and convert rural American consumers? Hop in the front seat as you’ll be riding shotgun with Cliff Callis, your OUTdrive host, as he takes you down the road to success.

Jan 25, 2021

Paul Dick is an experienced and driven operations professional that knows what it takes to meet the needs of the marketplace. As Operations Leader of Industrial Technologies & Services (ITS) Americas at Ingersoll Rand, Paul partners with businesses, communities, and colleagues to help lead the company to success.

A rural Missouri native, Paul grew up the son of an electrical contractor and was interested in the industry from an early age. His interest led him to attend the University of Central Missouri, where he earned his undergraduate degree in industrial engineering technology and his master’s degree in industrial management. He began his career with Gardner Denver Sedalia during college and continued to climb the ranks. Today, he leads operations for ITS Americas at Ingersoll Rand, which merged with Gardner Denver in 2020. Outside of work, Paul is very involved in his community and enjoys spending time with his family.

Hear more from Paul and Cliff on the value of investing in workforce development, maximizing efficiency through process improvements and the value of strategic partnerships. They also discuss the importance of thinking and acting like an owner, digital connections and core values of the rural American workforce that appeal to businesses. Check it out!

What you’ll learn:

  • More about how Paul and his team meet the needs of the marketplace through innovation, workforce development and strategic partnerships
  • The importance of continuously improving current processes to achieve maximum efficiency and continued growth
  • Thinking and acting like owners and the impact of this mindset across every level
  • The value of partnering with communities and education systems
  • The value of sharing best practices to help teams achieve success
  • More on the importance of referrals and personal connections in business, marketing and workforce development
  • Connecting with customers and colleagues digitally and the unique benefits that it provides
  • Serving as a one-stop-shop partner for customers to develop lasting relationships
  • More about integrity, focusing on the small things and other rural American core values that appeal to individuals and businesses alike