Forty Under 40: Vic Tayzon, Reborn Cabinets

Emphasizing team building and personal fulfillment to bring greater meaning to a call center

April 05, 2017

VP of Client Services

Reborn Cabinets, Anaheim, Calif.

2016 Revenue: $30 million

300 employees

Best Practice: Tayzon oversees Reborn’s marketing including a large call-center staff mostly made up of Millennials. After extensive study, he’s learned what motivates this demographic and, as a result, 70 percent of Tayzon’s team has been with the company for more than three years. “Millennials want to master things,” he says. “They’re not about money, they’re about fulfillment.” To that end, Tayzon has created a work culture that celebrates happiness. He emphasizes perpetual learning and enables employees to train in other departments. Rather than focusing on leads or sales, he defines success as, “showing the customer that this is a remarkable experience and you are honored to serve them.” Call-center employees “audition” every month for their role, affirming who they are and why they’re there in a short video they make themselves. About his success, Tayzon is characteristically modest: “It’s my team,” he says (some of whom are pictured here with Tayzon). “When we hire someone, they become like family.”

Read more about the 2017 Professional Remodeler 40 Under 40 awardees.

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