Jack Klemeyer: An Introduction To The LAB Profile

Jack Klemeyer shares the history of the Language and Behavior Profile (LAB) and gives an example of how to use it. It’s a way of thinking about people that allows us to notice how they respond to questions to help us see their patterns of behavior. Tune in to this first episode in Jack’s series about the LAB Profile.
 
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About Jack Klemeyer

Jack Klemeyer

Jack Klemeyer is founder of GYB Coaching. GYB stands for Grow Your Business and to do that, Jack specializes in bringing high-impact, result-focused group and individual coaching to business owners. Known for his warmth, originality, sense of humor and insight, Jack uses those attributes and every resource available to teach others skills to build relationships and create marketing strategies for products and services to increase sales and profitability – while enjoying the process.

Jack combines more than 30 years of effective sales and communication experience with a degree in Business Administration from Ball State University, certifications as a Master Practitioner of Neuro-linguistic Programming, a Language and Behavior Consultant, a Kolbe Consultant and a Facilitator for Get Clients Now!(TM). He is a Myers-Briggs Facilitator and an active member of the National Speakers Association and Toastmasters International.

Jack serves as a coach, trainer, speaker and facilitator of multiple sales related programs. He has designed several successful and highly acclaimed programs to aid participants in enhancing their performance. Most recently he created Chamber University (MyChamberU.com), providing affordable, applicable, relevant training for small businesses.

Along with business partner, mentor and good friend, Tom Richardson, he created Synergy Trainings to provide small business and corporate training.

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3 Comments
  1. Thank you, Jack for the interesting introduction to the Lab Profile. I love hearing others’ perspectives on behavioral reflection and nonverbal cues. It is awesome to identify the various facets of intelligences out there and with a little research, we all have the opportunity to utilize their findings and revelations.

    I am going to use the strategy you described in my next management meeting. I will ask them about the facets of my business that I have each of them oversee and why they are important to them. I plan to follow up their answers
    with another, “and why is that important”. Looking forward to hearing what they have to say and get to know them a little better through their perspective. Thank you for the tip, much appreciated!

  2. Jack, thank you for the great tip on the Lab Profile. I am familiar with NLP but not how it correlates with business strategy – great idea! I am looking forward to trying out the “why is that important” on myself and others!

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