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Holland Meads is a nationally recognized, innovative leadership consultant. Holland has helped Fortune 500 companies ensure their leadership development has a top-to-bottom fluidity and focus. He heads up project teams within organizations to help them embrace organizational change, institute new sales strategies and build a servant leadership culture throughout their organizations. Holland's strengths as a leader, speaker, facilitator, mentor and coach helps organizations meet their profit and associate retention goals.

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Holland P. Meads
President and Founder

 

Holland has been working with
                                                         organizations for over twenty-five years, helping organizations, business teams and individuals improve their personal
                                                         power and productivity.  His engaging leadership style encourages people to use the principles he teaches, models and
                                                         coaches to increase their own effectiveness and the effectiveness of their organization. Born and raised in Pennsylvania,
                                                         Holland attended Franklin and Marshall College where he majored in Business Administration and played varsity basketball.  
                                                         After graduation, he worked in leadership positions with both Marriott Corporation and Franklin-Covey.  In 1999
                                                         Holland formed Impact Associates, now Holland Meads Consulting and a partial list of his clients include: Univar, ChemPoint,
                                                         Kinney Drugs, The Olympic Regional Development Authority, Republic Services, ROOST, Westfield Corporation, US Bank, Aramark,
                                                         Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Landor, Wrigley Gum and the USA Luge, Bobsled and Skeleton Teams.    

 

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