Ep. 18, Building Leaders and Focusing on Organizational Change w/ Matthew Thibeau

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About our Guest

 matthew thibeau

Matthew Thibeau is the Service Line Leader for Strategy Development, here at Spirit Consulting. He focuses on developing individuals to allow for organizational change; it is necessary that the clients take ownership of the processes used in order to meet the objectives of the organization. Also, Thibeau goes into detail regarding the importance of personal responsibility and shared accountability which ultimately leads to strong culture change. 

In this episode, Thibeau shares what it took him to get to the leadership position he is in today and examples of experiences he has had with clients at the workplace, as well as what he is most excited for in the future. Finally, Thibeau goes into detail regarding where he has seen virtue and business intersect in his life, through making mistakes and trusting those within the organization.

In the past, Thibeau was a CEO of a publishing division for a large multinational company and also taught undergraduate students the subject of Strategic Planning. He has experience in acquisitions, business development, financial reporting, goal setting, market planning, mentoring, and organizational skills.

“The future is going to be created by those who engage in the process. Being told what to do, no longer works. Being given the resources, the empowerment and the encouragement by leaders to solve the problem and then go make it happen is what needs to happen.” 

                                                                                                                      – Matthew Thibeau

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