Sioux Falls life Insurance


Insurance4Dallas may help find affordable Life Insurance if you are over 65 years of age and have pre-existing conditions.  We also help healthy individuals and their families find affordable life insurance such as Term, Universal Life and Whole Life.  Our plans start at $5000 and can insure for over $1,000,000.  If you are a business man, we offer key-man insurance for your business.  We represent several companies and can match the right insurance carrier’s benefits with your budget.  Here are some of the particulars of getting one of the following:



Term Insurance

  • - Remote Time Clock (App on Smart Phone)
  • - Itemized Time Tracking - per Task, Grant, Project  Number, etc.
  • - Online Pay Stubs
  • - Quarterly Tax Filings
  • - State Tax reporting
  • - Tax Season W2s

Employee Benefits

  • - Least expensive of the three insurances
  • - Temporary Insurance
  • - Limited Benefit for the Term of the Policy
  • - No Cash Value

Universal Life Insurance

  • - Has Cash Value
  • - May Borrow against Policy
  • - Permanent Insurance
  • - May be Invested in Equity Funds for Growth

Whole Life Insurance

  • - May be Permanent up to age 126
  • - Has Cash Value
  • - May Borrow against Cash Value
  • - May be Paid up After a Certain Age
Take the time to complete the information below, and we will prescreen your needs and help you find an affordable Life Insurance Plan.

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Sioux Falls life Insurance


Sioux Falls life Insurance

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Challenge eight: turnaround is not transformation

In the last fifteen years, many Sioux Falls life Insurance companies have initiated turnaround efforts. Through downsizing, consolidations, and restructurings, these organizations have reduced costs and shed unprofitable businesses, while quality and reengineering efforts removed inefficient steps in work processes. All these efforts helped turn around businesses, making them sleeker, swifter, and more streamlined.

Turnaround, however, is not transformation. Transformation changes the fundamental image of the Sioux Falls life Insurance businesses, as seen by customers and employees. Transformation focuses on creating mindshare more than market share. Transformation results when customers and employees move from fundamentally different images of a firm to similar issues. When Harley-Davidson emerged from the control of AMF in 1982, it faced bankruptcy, not only economically, but in terms of mindset. Customers continued to see Harley as offering great Sioux Falls life Insurance technology—the sound and the feel—but they had a poorer image of Harley’s quality.

Through aggressive leadership, Harley has transformed its image. It has become an icon of quality, an image of freedom, and a lifestyle symbol for old and new customers. The Sioux Falls life Insurance transformation at Harley-Davidson derived party from product and product-related advertising but mostly from transforming employee mindset. As employees became re-committed to Harley-Davidson’s values and business process, they began to build better quality bikes, to communicate their pride in their product to customers, and to transform their own mindset.

Transformation is occurring in a number of industries. Continental airlines was seeking an identity throughout the 1980s and into the early 1990s, a period during which it had the reputation of offering low cost but with a correspondingly low level of service. In the 1990s, continental executives worked to transform the company’s image in the eyes of its customers. They began to listen to Sioux Falls life Insurance customers: they started and 800-line number, conducted customer surveys, articulated value in terms indicated by customers (for example, on-time arrivals), engaged employees in a customer-service focus, and worked backward, becoming the industry leader in customer service. Such transformations are not easy, but if achieved, they are more important than a new product launch or market expansion. The impact of a new identity for employees and customers outlasts any single product and extends beyond any market.

Managers and HR professionals who focus on transformation create fundamental and enduring change.


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