Brent Gleeson // Navy Seal Combat Veteran
Upon leaving SEAL Team 5, Brent turned his discipline and battlefield lessons to the world of business and has become an accomplished entrepreneur, writer, and acclaimed speaker on topics ranging from leadership to building high performance teams. Brent has also starred in several reality shows including NBC’s ‘Stars Earn Stripes’ and Discovery Channel’s ‘One Man Army.’
Brent earned his undergraduate degree in Finance and Economics from Southern Methodist University, has studied English and History at Oxford University in England, and earned a MBA from the University of San Diego. Brent is on the executive board of the Naval Special Warfare Family Foundation and his family is an Ambassador Family for March of Dimes. He is married with three wonderful children.
Inspired by his time as a Navy SEAL and building successful organizations in the business world, Brent Gleeson has created a revolutionary approach for today’s existing and emerging business leaders and managers to improve their ability to successfully navigate organizational change.
In Taking Point, Gleeson will share his ten-step program that he uses for his high-profile clients, giving leaders and managers actionable insights and a framework for successful execution. With a strong emphasis on communication, culture, accountability, and trust, Gleeson’s methods have helped hundreds of companies transform the way they think about change, and can help yours do the same.
The Ten Steps include:
-Culture: The Single Most Important Enabler
-Trust: Fueling the Change Engine
-Accountability: Ownership at All Levels
-Mindset: Belief in the Mission
-Mission: Defining and Communication the Intent
-Inclusion: The Power of Participation and Acceptance
-Fatigue: Managing Fear and Staying Energized
-Discipline: Focus and Follow-Through
-Resiliency: The Path of Lasting Change
Never has change been more consistent and disruptive as it is now. Business leaders at all levels can’t just react to change. They have to lead change. They have to take point.