Glen Wakeman- More Than Just a CEO, More Than Just a Mentor

Glen Wakeman is a man of many hats. He is a man who has achieved great success as a businessman, writer, entrepreneur, and a leader, but he didn’t stop there. Glen Wakeman became a dedicated mentor. His business experience spans over decades, and now he is passionate about sharing the knowledge he has acquired, to support future entrepreneurs and leaders.

 

Glen holds an MBA from the University of Chicago as well as a BS in Economics and Finance from the University of Scranton. Glen would eventually find a home at the company GE Capital. While working for GE Capital, Glen Wakeman would find himself in a multitude of leadership roles over the course of 21 years (ForexWizard). Glen worked in the business development, operations management, and business development sectors. While serving as CEO of GE Money Latin America, Glen achieved amazing feats by starting up operations across nine countries. The new nine-country startup leads to the employment of 17,000 people and millions of dollars in annual earnings. Glen is also the Founder and President of Nova Four, a company focused on helping up and coming companies.

 

After reaching milestone after milestone, across an awesome business career, Glen did something really special, he made the decision to serve others. Glen has spoken about the importance his mentors had in his life and how that inspired him to become a mentor himself. Glen has developed a methodology that focuses on the improvement of 5 key areas: leadership, execution, human capital, risk management, and governance. By assessing these key areas and giving priceless feedback, Glen is able to help improve the entrepreneur’s success rate. Glen Wakeman writes on his blog as a way to connect with countless people from all over the world and share decades of experience and knowledge with them. He is also the CEO of LaunchPad Holdings LLC., a company that uses their LaunchPad Toolkit to help get people on the right track as current and future entrepreneurs.

More about Glen Wakeman at http://www.glenwakeman.com/glen-wakeman-blogs/