Carol Elassad is the owner of TAB Northeast Kansas City and a respected business professor and content writer for Colorado Technical University. Following 20 years of operations experience leading healthcare organizations, Carol has become an effective advisor for small, medium and large organizations. She believes in developing business owners’ entrepreneurial spirit and improve work life balance.
In her career, Carol has utilized creative problem-solving strategies improving human capital management and business strategy for multiple companies resulting in decreased employee turnover and increased profit margins. Carol has broad experience improving sales and marketing, identifying customers and building business relationships enhancing local business connections. Through leadership and advising, Carol has succeeded in creating lean and efficient operations and corporate culture helping companies improve their business functions.
Carol began her career as a speech language pathologist. To foster her entrepreneurial spirit, Carol obtained an MBA from the University of Phoenix and Ph.D. in leadership and organizational change from Walden University.
Carol and I have worked together throughout those 7 years in various capacities. Carol has brought a wealth of knowledge in all areas to our company. Carol has a broad experience improving sales and marketing, building business relationships and enhancing local business connections. Carol has always been successful in lean and efficient operations and corporate culture helping improve their business function.
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