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December 10, 2017

Gray Poehler

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Gray Poehler is a volunteer with the Naples Chapter of SCORE.

A SCORE counselor since 2005, Gray Poehler owned and operated an independent insurance agency with 20 employees and two locations. He has earned the Certified Insurance Counselor designation and is familiar with both personal and commercial property and casualty insurance. Areas of expertise include: Business Finance and Accounting; Business Strategy and Planning; Business Operations; Human Resources and Internal Communications; Sales, Marketing and Public Relations.

To learn more about management issues of small businesses, contact the SCORE office nearest you.

Columns by Poehler:

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Q: I have an employee turnover problem, and morale is a concern of mine. It's hard to please everyone. What do you suggest?
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Q: I have decided to offer my employees a company sponsored retirement plan. Can you explain the available options?
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Q: With hurricane season soon approaching, do you have any suggestions how to prepare for a disruption of business due to a storm or other disaster?
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Q: I try my best to do a good job for my clients and hope they will tell their friends. How can I ensure they will recommend me to others?
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