Florida Army National Guard
For almost twenty years Glenn has worked with Atticus in matching clients with coaching programs that help them take better care of their clients, increase their incomes, decrease their stress, and achieve an overall balance in their life. As a Certified Practice Advisor, he has specialized in assisting small and medium sized firms to break those invisible barriers, which so often prevent them from reaching the next level. Glenn is adept at getting professionals to step back and envision new possibilities and creating practical strategies to make them reality. Through the formation of new habits, practice management systems and disciplines in client development, Glenn has assisted firms across the nation to double their revenues and obtain a more balanced life as a result.
Glenn is a Colonel in the Florida Army National Guard where he assists officers in organizational strategies, systems improvement, personal life management and career development as the Florida Command Chaplain. He has been highly decorated for his leadership and personnel management after multiple active duty deployments both stateside and overseas. He has written, developed and taught various curricula for organizational change and continues to do writing in the area of innovative leadership and team development. Prior to working with Atticus, Glenn spent 12 years as Senior Pastor for three multi-staffed churches in metropolitan areas in Florida. In addition, he achieved the rank of San Dan and is an accomplished traditional Martial Arts Instructor providing a foundation for personal discipline and balance in life.
Glenn graduated Summa Cum Laude from Asbury University near Lexington, Kentucky with a degree in Psychology and Sociology. Following college Glenn received his Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary and is certified in several personality assessment tools and organizational assessments for staff training and development. Glenn also earned a Master of Strategic Studies as a distinguished graduate of the United States Army War College. He is a frequent advisor to government agencies in both leadership capacity and staff development.