Global SPEED of TRUST Practice Leader FranklinCovey
Gary embodies the unique, real-world pragmatism
of the Global SPEED of TRUST Practice. His impressive experience as
a CEO, President, COO, and executive strategy advisor to several
leading enterprises brings a rare business acumen and proven
perspective to FranklinCovey clients. Gary's engaging presentation
style makes him a requested presenter, workshop leader, and
His diagnostic skills are well-known, and his customers rave about
not only his practical recommendations but the excellence of his
Gary has led leadership development initiatives at several leading
Fortune 500 clients as well as rapidly growing mid-size organizations,
including Marriott Corporation, Shell Oil, Conoco, Ingalls
Shipbuilding, Marriott Management Services, The Disney Company,
University of Texas Medical Branch, and several smaller
Paula is a senior digital learning leader with proven success developing and implementing learning strategies and solutions to drive employee performance. She is an expert in learning design and has successfully driven learner engagement through impactful digital learning and performance support solutions.
former Director of HCM Measurement Strategy Bank of America
Ron is a highly decorated learning professional whose motto is “to be the best at training the best”. His new role at Fannie Mae allows him to get back to his roots in creative design, not just evaluation which has been a primary focus for the past few years. His goal at Fannie Mae is to build a class of learning products that have better ways to collect data, both self-selected and "in the background", data that can be used to gain insight on how to build a better learning experience. Prior to Fannie Mae, Ron served as a Senior Vice President at Bank of America where he led the strategy for measurement and learning. Ron received his Ph.D in Education and Human Development from Vanderbilt University.
After more than 10 year of human capital consulting experience with Accenture (Andersen Consulting at the time) and IBM, Steve Kapaun founded TrainingPros in 1997. For over 10 years, TrainingPros has been the premier provider of human capital consultants in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte-Raleigh, Chicago, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Florida, New York/New Jersey and Washington, DC.