When working as a business development manager, a person’s job title and description entails the pitching of sales, identifying sales leads, wooing and maintaining clients and fostering good working relations with emerging business contacts. As such, an astute business development manager must have outstanding qualities to deliver impeccable results. These qualities include persuasion skills, communication skills, and the ability to incorporate tactical skills as well as managing conflicts in the organization. If there is one individual who fits this bill, it is Ronald Fowlkes.
Mr. Fowlkes is the serving business development manager at Eagle Industries Limited. He doubles as a law enforcement manager and a team leader in the same organization. In his capacity as the lead executive, Mr. Fowlkes has the responsibility of calling on clients nationwide, facilitating product knowledge and training to more than 150 employees as well as indulging in product selection, development, and sales.
Before Fowlkes joined Eagle Industries Limited, he was a senior leader in various companies. From these companies, he garnered vast managerial skills that tossed him into the industry of excellent leadership. Well for starters, he worked at Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization. In that company, he was a defense contractor. Stationed in Iraq, he worked for the United States Army. In his capacity as the primary contractor, Ronald Fowlkes’ duties included mounting and dismounting infantry operations within the combat zone. Simultaneously, Ronald Fowlkes instructed the U.S. Military personnel. He successfully walked his people through tactical operations, post-blast analysis, and evidence collection. What is more, he equipped himself with knowledge of tactical questioning.
Ronald Fowlkes was good at what he was appointed to do. Eventually, he landed more duties in the law enforcement department. That is why for 13 years, he worked in the department. Fowlkes spent ten years at St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and three years at St. Louis. As if that was not enough for one man who has served his country diligently, Ronald Fowlkes spent the last seven years of his career serving as a team leader in SWAT-URBAN. His roles at the SWAT team include overseeing shoot house, tactical rifle, and warfare tactics.
The most interesting story in Fowlkes’ career is his service to America. The United State Marine Corps absorbed him between 1989 and 1993. While serving there, he gave his best to the point of earning a promotion. Two times was he elevated to serve as a senior executive. That is how he became a veteran who worked at the First Gulf War.
As for education, Mr. Fowlkes went to Marine Combat Training. He also went to Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO) for a basic course in engineering. Later in the years of schooling, Mr. Ronald Fowlkes advanced his experience by joining the Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia.