Roger L. Stalheim, is the President and founder of The Alternative Board Des Moines Metro.
Prior to starting The Alternative Board, Roger was CEO and President of Iowa Insurance Consultants Ltd for 20 Years in Winterset, Iowa. Roger started a scratch agency in 1991. In five years he became the 10th largest agency in Madison County. In three more years he became the 2nd largest agency in Madison County. Currently the agency continues to grow.
Roger has started and grown 4 start up businesses in his adult life. Roger has an Associate’s Arts degree in business from North Iowa Area Community College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing and Insurance with a minor in American History from the University of Iowa.
Roger is an avid reader of Global and USA events.
Advanced training in Sales
Certified D.I.S.C. (Behaviors and Motivators) Consultant
Certified Professional Business Coach
Certified Tri-Metrics HD
Strategic Business Leadership
Profit Sense/Managing Expenses
TTI/HRx Certified Analyst
Certified Business Value Assessment Analyst
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