National Agents Alliance and EMF broadcasting founder Dick Jenkins joined forces for charity while learning how to grow a business. NAA’s agents donated money to EMF broadcasting in order to continue the success for a company that thrives on bringing a positive and encouraging message to their listeners.
NAA agents were also given lessons of how to expand their business based on Dick Jenkins principles that he used to grow his organization to be the largest of its kind.
“Always enjoy your job/role in the company or get a new one,” said Jenkins. Jenkins’ positive principles and think tank methods go hand in hand with the outlook of NAA’s President and CEO, Andy Albright.
Over 1,400 of NAA’s agents received Jenkins message of how to focus on growth for their business at the 2008 Leadership Conference held in Raleigh, N.C.
The annual leadership conference offers training skills and teaches NAA agents how to become leaders. Dick Jenkins was one of the key note speakers chosen to speak this year.
EMF Broadcasting Networks Founder and CEO Dick Jenkins announced that he will be leaving the organization effective October 1, 2008. Mike Novak will take over Jenkins position. Jenkins was appointed CEO of EMF Broadcasting in September of 2007 after serving as president since 1986. Jenkins said he has no immediate plans but is looking forward to new opportunities and challenges.