Kyle has been on a meteoric rise as a business consultant after proven successes in training and coaching within a multi-national corporation. Kyle’s primary accomplishments have come as a leader for building high performance teams, creating a learning platform that was built to link the global workforce, and leading the development and training of the leadership brand roll-out. Kyle also worked directly with senior leaders to lead annual strategic planning initiatives. Most recently he has become the Principal and CEO of Courageous Leadership – a consulting firm that has worked with Fortune 100 companies for the last 20 years. Clients have included Johnson controls, Magna, JTEKT, John Deere, Chick-fil-a, the Department of Defense, Herman Miller, National Heritage Academies, Lacks, Rockwell Collins and others.
Kyle has also founded Futrprfct LLC to provide a full range of services from talent management to premium organizational consulting and shared service solutions. Kyle’s innovative approach to leadership and problem solving coupled with his solid pragmaticism has created an offering that brings critical solutions for companies throughout the Midwest and Southeastern parts of the United States.
Kyle has a Master’s degree from Columbia Theological Seminary and a BA in Religion and Business from Presbyterian College. As a lifelong learner, Kyle has continued to expand his training and certification for coaching and business consulting solutions.
Lamont Moon first set out in his career as a business consultant seeking to identify the substantive center of what makes leaders worthy. This search led him to the creation of PRAXIS, a mentoring and performance development resource that has been utilized by Fortune 100 companies since 2003. His history as a consultant has given him the opportunity affect leaders within the Department of Defense, H&R Block, Vermeer Manufacturing, Boys and Girls club, Herman Miller, Centurion Medical, Merrill Lynch, and others.
Lamont continues to work with leaders from Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations to help catalyze results-centered leadership. He believes that each person has a capacity for impact that needs to be identified, developed, and expressed for effectiveness in worthy leadership.
Lamont has Masters degrees in Human Ecology and Business and is engaged in writing projects for academia.
Through his leadership experiences in a variety of international organizations, Matt realized his passion and competency in catalyzing creative and transformative conversations among leaders and teams. These exchanges have helped leaders gain new insights into what is possible for their organization and implement meaningful change in sustainable ways.
Matt has a Masters from Columbia International University specializing in leadership and a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Memphis. He has spent much of his post-educational career in Montevideo, Uruguay developing organizations to meet the holistic needs of their communities. This work culminated in the creation of the Geronimo Center for Innovation and Leadership, where he engaged businesses, schools, and churches throughout the country to heighten leadership skills and productivity.
Matt and his wife Toni live in Nashville, TN with their three children, and continue to be lifelong students of the essence of effective team performance in work, family, and society.
Jason Hoffer is an award-winning business professional who has served in leadership roles of organizations in the top 1% of their respective industries. He helped to recruit, hire, train, and develop thousands of employees with remarkable success, leading to higher performance and efficiencies within those businesses. His track record has led him to become a highly sought after consultant and speaker in developing healthy team cultures. He has worked with a wide variety of teams, nationally and internationally, and has a history of increasing vitality within teams amidst cultural differences.
As a trusted advisor, Jason is regularly asked to return to previous clients because of their belief in both his competencies and his ethic. Even in dealing with the most sensitive issues around organizational development and strategic planning, Jason remains committed to the best interest of both the organization and the individuals within the organization. In his spare time, he invests in improving the community around him through volunteering and serving in leadership positions on numerous nonprofit boards.
Jason has an insatiable appetite for anthropological learning and has his degree, certifications, and trainings in a myriad of social science and psychology disciplines.
Jason and his wife Tina have lived across various parts of the Midwest, and together they live in the West Michigan area with their 4 children.