Author: CPaffinity
Category: Feature

DAN GRAMANN: Brew Your Skill & HFI Consulting

Current Role: Consultant
Rookie Year: 2005
Turf: New Berlin, WI
Current Home: Chicago, IL
Education: UW-Milwaukee (B.B.A.), Marketing


Dan’s College Pro Story

He started his franchising days in 2005. His general manager described him as “an exceptional leader,” as well as a “well-respected employer.” He began showing an aptitude for coaching quickly. Dan aided in the success of other franchisees in the division with his support. He was quickly promoted to general manager himself after 2 summers running a franchise. He remained there for 3 years.

Life after College Pro

Dan stuck with franchising when he moved to Paul Davis Restoration Inc. as operations manager. Later, he became division manager. He was there for 4 years overseeing the company’s organizational structure, culture and talent placement. This only fuelled his fire for coaching.

The Skill Development Guru

Dan identifies himself as a business growth and skill development guru. His two businesses specialize in helping other businesses reach their potential through Dan’s coaching, along with his business partners. Dan discovered this passion for coaching at College Pro. He has continued to find ways to use this skill at HFI Consulting and Brew Your Skill. His consulting firm appeals to corporate leaders looking to develop teams, franchisors looking to add business skill training to their networks, and small business owners looking for a crash course in running their company. Brew Your Skill takes a different approach by appealing to corporate culture. It creates business-training workshops that combine the skill development with a social and comedic event (oh, and a beer or two). See more, here!

Dan-Brew Your Skill Vid

Interesting Tidbits

Dan has won various awards from Rookie of the Year at College Pro to the Customer Service Award at Paul Davis

You can normally find Dan riding his motorcycle, kite boarding, or chugging a good micro-brew (sometimes all three together)

Dan actually grew up wanting to be a teacher. While coaching may not be traditional ‘teaching’ – it’s not far off!

His business partners describe him as the “curious one” of the bunch – and he’s labeled the ‘Question Master’ by many in their workshops

 

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *