About Us

Richard D. Marks, Founder & President, RDM Management Group

Richard is the Founder/President of RDM Management Group, a professional sales consulting company which focuses on professional development while serving others. The core of Richard’s practice is based on four key principles: Self-Discipline, Self-Confidence, Motivation, and Emotional Intelligence. These are the same four key principles which have allowed Richard to gain a 30-year corporate business career.  Most recently, Richard has experience in the wireless industry.   He was afforded the opportunity to take on struggling teams and turn them into top performers. Richard is known for working within a business structure to identify communication gaps and roadblocks that impede the effectiveness of teams and individuals.
 

Richard is a Veteran of the United States Army, a professional speaker, as well as a performance business coach and trainer. Richard is also an established author of The Empowerment Series Volume I & II, a Motivational CD Series.
 

Richard currently serves on the Board of Directors for the North San Diego Business Chamber, Kroc Center Salvation Army Advisory Council, Miramar College Business Department Advisory Board and The Foundation for Care Integration. Richard is also a facilitator for REBOOT, a National Veterans Transition Service. Additionally, Richard serves as an Adjunct Facilitator with Point Loma Nazarene University where students are able to receive Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for participating in his courses. 


​As the Founder and President of RDM Management Group, Richard D. Marks has over 30 years of successful sales and leadership experience. Prior to founding RDM Management Group, Richard spent 18 years as a highly regarded sales leader in the competitive wireless industry where he successfully implemented best practices to transform struggling sales teams to become top performers.   

Regina Schnell, Founder of Workplace Symphonies, Conflict Resolution Specialist

Regina Schnell is the founder of Workplace Symphonies. She is a certified mediator and a distinguished expert in the fields of workplace conflict resolution, human resources, and risk mitigation. With more than 20 years of experience working for large firms and organizations as an HR professional, she continues to help clients achieve individual and organizational excellence through comprehensive coaching, communication and conflict resolution services

Judy Corasaniti, Strategic Partner

My name is Judy Corasaniti and I am passionate about empowering others. I have a Masters in Business Administration and have spoken nationally at conferences, for non-profit organizations, businesses and retreats. I live in San Diego, CA.My goal is to provide inspiration and motivation to empower others, knowing your true identity is the core of moving forward.

​As a consultant, public speaker, strategist/integration coach
my passion is to help others become the best they can by identifying and utilizing their gifts, talents and abilities. Strategies for Success is a curriculum I have established that is adaptable to corporations, businesses, high schools and colleges to set you apart as a leader and give you practical tools to empower you both personally and professionally.​

Michael Jenkins, MA, CMEC

Update Michael Jenkins profile: Michael Jenkins is the president and founder of Productive Change Management – for entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, managers and professionals seeking growth, to perform better and to lead and manage change individually and organizationally. Michael is a Certified Mastermind Executive Coach and a Certified Practitioner of The ChangeWorks® System. He has more than 30 years business experience that includes business ownership, leading, directing, and consulting on organizational team development. 


Location: San Diego, California   Phone: 858-705-4002 

Website: ProductiveChangeManagement.com 

Peggy Jucha, Director of Sales & Marketing, Hannon Books, Inc.

  

Peggy Jucha is an experienced corporate executive and entrepreneur with a penchant for generating results through customer acquisition and retention, as well as improved operations efficiency resulting from well-managed teams. As a 27-year executive in both sales and operations at Fortune 50 corporations in the telecom and finance industries (AT&T, Verizon Wireless, General Electric), Peggy understands that growing a company beyond where it stands today requires more than innovative products and services, or loyal customers, or even marketing and branding. It also requires positive interworking and coordination among its internal customers. 


In addition to her corporate background, Peggy has 12 years of entrepreneurial experience, having co-owned five companies. She has served on the boards of 11 regional chambers of commerce, for-profit and nonprofit corporations and business associations. Peggy has a Bachelor of Science in Management from Cal State University.


Joining RDM Management Group was a clear decision for Peggy. In the words, “When you have the chance to be part of a company that is innovative, inceptive, and beneficial…. do it.”

Bridget Randall, Strategic Partner

Hands-on experiential activities are what sets Bridget's talent development apart from the rest. She provides tools to navigate change management and targets developing strong teams. Her unique style focuses on improving communication to strengthen interpersonal relationships, resolve conflict and set the bar high for team morale. As a result, teams move forward and achieve their goals. 

Recognized for her ability to tap into an individual's leadership potential, Bridget brings enthusiasm and engagement to the learning environment. She has been recognized for her utilization of the ADDIE adult learning theory model including developing curriculum, facilitation workshops and creating job aids. Her workshops include: Write to be Remembered and Acing the Interview. Her training experience spans Southern California, Central Africa, West Africa and Southern China where she has coached adult and youth learners in for-profit and non-governmental organizations.

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