David Giertz earned a B.S. from Milliken University and an Executive M.B.A. from the University of Miami. It was during these school years that he took a job at a store where he cleaned and waxed the floors after hours. This job taught him to work hard and at your best even if it is a menial task. After schooling, he first joined the Nationwide team in 1999 as its Regional Vice President in Miami. David Giertz was so successful in this role that in 2004 he was president of all of the Nationwide Finance. In this role, he has led the company to increase its revenue by several billion dollars.
He oversees the company’s strategy and distribution of financial products from development to their sale through various other financial businesses. David Giertz also sits on the boards of his alma mater, Millikin University, and the Broward County Girl Scouts. David Giertz said early on he recognized that people were quitting so much because they did not feel that they were appreciated by the management. This taught him the value of keeping employees aware that they were valued and maintaining communication with them. Not only did he increase employee retention on officialdavidgiertz.com, but he also increased communication which resulted in the management gleaning some really good ideas from employees.
He also extends this to showing appreciation to business colleagues. He says he recently took a number of these colleagues out to dinner just to show his appreciation. He attributes his willingness to work hard for his great success on financial-advisors.credio.com. He also says having a positive outlook on life has helped him greatly. He says that keeping up to date with the latest in technology is always an important factor at https://vimeo.com/davidgiertz. He also keeps current with the daily news which he peruses as he begins each day with a healthy meal. But taking in news comprises an important part of most lunchtime as well, during which he looks over the daily business news. During the evening if there is no business dinner, he exercises before bed.
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