Our leadership team is comprised of a diverse group of individuals whose skills help us to constantly succeed and surpass our objectives. Most importantly, these people have used their experiences to help cultivate some of the future leaders that will play a major role in BizLab's future.
So what types of people comprise our leadership team? Anyone from accountants to marketing experts. Entrepreneurs to recent MBA recipients. Husbands, wives, world travelers, up-and-coming rock stars, students of the outdoors . . . Our leaders are influencers - difference makers.
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Our Leadership Team
As the President of BizLab, Jeff's duties are setting strategy, casting vision, culture shaping, and team allignment. In addition to his hectic schedule of running multiple businesses, going on service trips to Brazil and defending against his 6-year-old son's dreaded "Super Kick," Jeff always takes the time to show a legitimate interest in the lives and personal development of everyone on his team. Read more . . .
It takes a lot of work from many talented people to ensure the long-term viability of BizLab. Luckily Rob's expertise has us covered from a financial standpoint. Keep in mind: Employees who fail to submit their time reporting sheets to Rob on time will quickly learn why you don't want to anger a dude who's played hockey since he was old enough to skate. Read more . . .
Director of IT, BizLab
Brandon is constantly seeking to improve BizLab's already stellar IT team. As the Director of IT, he has made it his personal goal to impact the way his department's services are consumed within the company. Brandon brings an impressive level of leadership, education and vision to BizLab, and has yet to use his Naval experience to force insubordinate employees to drop and give him 50. Read more . . .
President, Godsell & Hughes Financial
Randy has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry, and is a strong believer in the ethical management of his clients' finances. As the president of Godsell & Hughes, he sees an opportunity to execute on the integrity that so many financial firms promise but fail to deliver upon. A word to the wise: Don't challenge Randy to a game of tennis unless you're ready to go toe-to-toe with a truly formidable opponent. Read more . . .