Glenn has started up, led and transformed enterprises in both Australia and the USA. He inspires and coaches leaders to succeed and thrive in business, the community and at home.
Glenn loves training leaders to succeed not just at work but also at home, giving back to their local and global communities.
Glenn is Halftime Australia’s ‘Head of Coaching’ and the Director for ‘Halftime Global Services’ outside of the USA. Glenn draws on his own Halftime journey and transition in moving from a COO role in large Christian Not for Profit ‘Focus on the Family” to completing a Doctorate and pioneering Outward Looking International, a global leadership consultancy and executive coaching business.
Glenn brings a wealth of global experience and insight to leaders, with a career in sales for a multinational company in Australia, before working as a psychologist in the human services area working with government and non-government agencies in the state of Victoria.
In 1992, he founded Pro-Fam Australia providing a range of training programs to the corporate and community sectors. In 2004, Glenn relocated to the U.S. overseeing the global work of an international NGO, eventually becoming their COO. In this role he was responsible for global strategy, marketing and fundraising, the development and distribution of global content initiatives, community partnerships, operations, leadership development, human resources and constituent care. In this role, Glenn provided leadership to major program initiatives in the U.S, Asia, South-East Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America, including the introduction of a new global governance and partnership model. In 2009, he also launched a medical relief partnership in Beijing through the China Association of Social Workers.
Glenn is an excellent communicator and has spoken to a wide range of audiences all over the world on leadership, marriage, parenting and family issues, including the Beijing Family Forum in China and the United Nations in New York. He is a published author, and his leadership blog is widely read.
Glenn lives in Queensland Australia, is married to Natalie and they have three children.