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Quint Studer


Entrecon 2017 announced

July 25, 2017

On July 24, Quint Studer announced that New York Times bestselling author Dan Heath will be the keynote speaker for the two-day Entrecon this November. “Dan Heath is one of the leading names in helping communities…


Jumbotron coming to Garden?

July 10, 2017

Quint Studer told Inweekly that the Studer Properties plans to reveal its plans for the SunTrust building on the corner of Garden and Spring streets on July 23. “It won’t be all of it. It’ll be…


Studer: keeping employees motivated [podcast]

June 30, 2017

Quint Studer discussed this week on “Pensacola Speaks” how not demotivate your high-performing employees. “It’s common for a top leader to say the employees are the most important people or that they are the lifeblood of…


Studer on how to handle pushback [podcast]

June 16, 2017

On “Pensacola Speaks,” Quint Studer discussed his upcoming column for the Pensacola News Journal. He talked about how to deal with pushback when changes are announced in an organization. “Pushback in inevitable,” he said. “Many times…


Studer: The value of soft skills

June 1, 2017

Quint Studer, founder of the Studer Community Institute, discusses the value of soft skill –such items as work ethic, team work, and professionalism.…


Southtowne bringing three restaurants to downtown

May 30, 2017

Studer Properties has been eager to fill the first-floor commercial spaces in its Southtowne Apartments and the mixed-use office space across the street located on the corner of Jefferson and Intedencia Streets in downtown Pensacola, according…


Studer: Employees are not stolen [podcast]

May 19, 2017

On “Pensacola Speaks,” Quint Studer tackled the myth that companies steal employees from other businesses. It’s the topic on his next column for the Pensacola News Journal that will be published this weekend. “Did someone hold…


Studer: Service recovery [podcast]

May 16, 2017

Last week, Quint Studer discussed on “Pensacola Speaks” how to deal when customers aren’t happy. He said he has three goals when it comes to handling a complaint: 1) Retain the customer and create great word…