MEDINA, OHIO – Get in Gear is pleased to announce that it will hold a Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for its newly opened Business Solutions and Training Facility at 437 Lafayette Road, Suite 240, Medina, OH at 11:00 AM on Friday, February 7, 2020.

 

“We’re happy to introduce our new business to the community and those who helped bring this business to fruition,” said Janice Jokkel, Founder and CEO. “The ribbon-cutting ceremony for Get in Gear marks the launch of our solution center and training academy. Dennis Hanwell, Mayor of Medina, is scheduled to be on hand to offer a few remarks regarding Get in Gear and to assist in the ribbon-cutting.  “We’re delighted Mayor Hanwell has agreed to join our celebration. We are passionate to share our vision about helping businesses from start up to scale up by implementing processes, creating workforce development, improving organizational behavior and culture that will drive growth with measurable results to our customers. Delivering solutions is what we do”

 

Get in Gear offers a wide variety of services to businesses of any size.  With over 30 years’ experience in sales, leadership and business ownership,  we are highly qualified to deliver training and mentoring which equips business owners, general managers and their team members to understand how to connect with each other more effectively, build trust and improve their bottom line.

 

Get in Gear also is the founder of Brain Gear Academy, an e-learning solution that offers online training to businesses who are seeking a platform to help their teams ongoing professional development. Our niche will be the entry level, sales, peer to leader and leader to peer programs.

 

Get in Gear is led by Janice Jokkel who is the founder of Romp n Stomp. She is a certified DISC Practitioner, an EOS Implementor, an active member of Toastmasters of Medina, several local Chambers of Commerce, SHRM, ATD, and has been a member of IAAPA HR Committee since 2017 an Alumni of Leadership Medina Class of 2016.

 

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