Glen Wakeman is a revolutionary businessman, entrepreneur, and mentor of other entrepreneurs who is also the co-founder and CEO of LaunchPad Holdings, LLC. Glen received his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance and Economics from the University of Scranton in 1981 and earned his MBA in Finance while studying at the University of Chicago in 1993. He has over 20 years of experience in the finance and business sector and began his early career at GE Capital. After GE, Glen served as President and CEO of Doral Financial Corporation, and he also sat as the Board Chairman for Doral Bank.
5 Steps To Better Performance
Glen Wakeman’s 5 step performance methodology has been hailed as a proven system that can be applied to a variety of industries, and it includes paying more attention to leadership, execution in business, risk management, governance, and human capital. Glen discovered that his system works because he has not only used it himself but has also helped to improve businesses with 17,000+ staff members and $15 billion in assets. Not only has he helped to mentor young entrepreneurs with great success, but he also has guided plenty of M&A’s, start-ups, new market entries, and divestitures to more profit (Twitter). As more and more entrepreneurs and companies apply his ingenious system, more of them are happier with their growth and success.
Glen Wakeman Blogs To Help Real People Solve Real Problems
Glen knows that in today’s world reaching people through a blog is crucial to helping them overcome their issues (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doral_Financial_Corporation). His experience with investing and writing has inspired him to share his knowledge through his blog. Whether he is writing about global events, international fiscal matters, business transformation, emerging markets, leadership, or capital raising and angel financing, Glen is reaching people and instructing them about what matters most. His blog post titled, “A New Angle on Social Media” was a popular one and quickly explained how to use social media better in order to better tap into customer’s minds. Instead of blasting out posts constantly to social media followers, Glen recommends trying listening to them in order to understand them better.