Teaching at GE, 3M & HSBC, giving over 3,000 presentations around the world, & writing ”Leadership Vertigo". Speaker and Coach Max Brown
S. Max Brown, Episode 013
In the last seventeen years, Max has made over three thousand presentations and met with leaders in locations all around the world. He’s taken clients rappelling off the Great Wall of China, facilitated at the Parliament of World Religions Conference in Spain, and spoken in hundreds of places including Athens, Bangalore, Beijing, Dublin, Hong Kong, The Hague, Mumbai, Paris, New York, Singapore, Toronto, Vancouver, and Sydney . . . Nebraska.
His presentations on enterprise excellence and “Leadership Vertigo” have received high ratings from audiences at companies such as 3M, American Express, GE, Southwest Airlines, The Nature Conservancy, HSBC, and The Canadian Federal Government. Max regularly presents to GE leaders at one of the highest-rated leadership programs they offer. He has also received an “all-star” recommended speaker designation from the International Association of Business Communicators. As a result, he travels 200,000 miles per year to deliver presentations to clients around the globe!
Max is the Director of Leadership and Executive Education at the Shingo Institute (home of the Shingo Prize), within the Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. He is also the co-author of the upcoming book titled “Leadership Vertigo.”
He has a certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in Organizational Learning from George Mason University, and graduated magna cum laude from Brigham Young University. He also speaks Mandarin Chinese.
Max and his wife, Sally, live in Salt Lake City, Utah and they are the proud parents of two amazing kids. When they have time, they love spending time on their ranch in Idaho.
Previous adventures include living five years coaching clients and building a retail business in China, co-hosting the Real Recognition Radio show, shark diving off the coast of Honduras, and horse riding in Inner Mongolia.