Ron Crossland has worked with talent from the boiler room to the boardroom. This range of experience has taught him that regardless of position, each person’s work matters. He’s helped individuals and organizations develop better leaders, jumpstart innovation, forge better internal and external relationships, and inspire greater performance.
Ron Crossland divides his time between client engagements, research & development, keynote speaking. His interest in human behavior began while earning a Bachelor’s in Electronics Engineering Technology. He learned in the high-tech lab that innovation and results came from teamwork as much as individual intellect. This propelled him to earn his MBA, majoring in organizational behavior and development. He has applied his lessons in the business world, both as a four-time entrepreneur and while holding sales and management positions at NCR and AT&T. Ron Crossland‘s work for multinational companies has earned him over 4 million miles of travel to eighteen countries. He’s been the Co-founder of International Leadership Associates, a partner in the Center for Creative Learning and President and Vice Chair of Tom Peters Company.
Ron Crossland is also a poet and writer, an intuitionist, a factoid junkie, a research synthesizer, and an amateur etymologist. He is a highly sought after speaker for company meetings and industry association events. Ron Crossland received his BS in Electronic Engineering and his MBA from Oklahoma State University. He is co-author of The Leader’s Voice: How Your Communication Can Inspire Action and Get Results! His second book, The Leadership Experience: From Individual Success to Organization Significance, co-authored with Gregg Thompson, hit the bookstores in October 2007.