In addition to over 25 years in leadership roles in various sectors, Cory Scheer has obtained an Executive MBA (Rockhurst University) and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (University of Missouri). Cory has worked with small businesses, corporations, nonprofit organizations, academic institutions, municipalities, ministries and the military to provide vital support and clear direction on how to ensure people, practices, and policies become more trustworthy so that key performance indicators improve.
Cory is the co-author of The National Survey on Brand and Trust with BrandCertain. Cory is also the developer of the online course, The Complete Guide to Building Organizational Trust
With over 20 years in the Healthcare industry with a Fortune 100 company, Jay has seen the value of relationships in the marketplace that are built around trust. And, he has seen the negative effects that can occur when trust is lost within the organization. Jay has traveled all over the world assisting organizations of all size in the area of software implementations, employee training, and service delivery. As he has built close relationships with executives and department leaders at hospitals and clinics, he has seen the success of teams that have a high trust environment and has guided organizations through challenging times of distrust.
Jay is deeply committed to helping leaders, teams, and organizations strengthen organizational trust.
Frank is a business executive, professor, and strategist contributing within the leadership, OCM, marketing/branding, personal & professional development, and the cultural excellence space. He earned an Executive MBA (Benedictine College) and Doctorate in Strategic Leadership (Regent University). Frank has helped clients from Major League Baseball to General Motors; The Salvation Army to The Fellowship of Christian Athletes. His passion is to help individuals, teams, and organizations reach their full potential in achieving personal and professional excellence.
Frank is a speaker and leads workshops within the Purpose, Trust and Change disciplines. He recently authored, The Discipline of Consistency which highlights the 10 pillars of a consistent-centric leader; Trust, Character, Accountability, Integrity, Humility, Wisdom, Listening Persistence Determination, and Authenticity and was nominated as Kansas City's Top Entrepreneur of the Year,