SEAN GLASS

Instructor

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SEAN GLASS

Instructor

Sean Glass is a former U.S. Navy SEAL officer, combat leader, and now a leadership instructor with Echelon Front. Sean spent 13 years in the SEAL Teams with three combat deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Eastern Africa. He led five SEAL platoons in Iraq against Islamic State forces during some of the most dynamic and demanding environments where he saw first-hand the power of leadership on the battlefield. Sean returned from Iraq to serve as Officer-in-Charge of training for all West Coast SEAL Teams where he spearheaded the development of leadership training and personally instructed and mentored the next generation of SEAL leaders.


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“Sean made my Event a hit. His presentation style set the tone early regarding what engagement would be like during the meeting. Several attendees said they had read Extreme Ownership and seeing it in person made many of the points more understandable and relatable. Others said it was the best speaker they had seen. I knew it would be a great session, but it was better than expected… way better!!”
“Sean was world-class. He was able to tie in his field experience and how Extreme Ownership relates to all areas of life. I even had several people from outside of my department contact me after the training and commented on how well it was received.”
“Sean was an amazing instructor. His background in construction gave him the ability to easily relate the principles of Extreme Ownership to our employees in a simple way that everyone who attended could understand. I had very high expectations for the training, and I can honestly say that Sean blew them out of the water. We have gotten so much positive feedback from everyone in our company. Employees who have never heard of Extreme Ownership are now following you on social media and going into in-depth conversations about the content you produce.”

    Insights by SEAN GLASS

    Accountability is not merely a buzzword but a fundamental principle that drives performance and results. During my military career and as COO of a successful construction technology company, I witnessed firsthand the transformative power of a culture rooted in accountability.   Too often, companies and leaders who desire to establish a
    Am I A Micromanager? Micromanagers are not all the same. In fact, there are numerous types of micromanagers with their own unique behaviors and traits. Regardless of the type of micromanagement being employed, the results are always the same: employee morale, creativity, development, and ownership are stifled, which results in
    In my role at Echelon Front, I have the opportunity to meet and build relationships with people who work in every sector of the economy. Medical professionals, construction professionals, lawyers, tech workers, first responders, stay-at-home parents, salespeople, and many more. Almost all these individuals tell me they would like more
    Achieving self-discipline is a pivotal aspect of personal growth, success, and freedom in every single area of your life. No human is born with self-discipline. It is a skill, and like any skill, we can get better or worse at being disciplined individuals. Cultivating self-discipline involves a combination of deliberate
    Things change. It is an inevitable part of life and business. Technology evolves, strategies shift, and new markets emerge. Organizations that can aggressively identify these changes and trends, and move to take advantage of them, often find themselves with a competitive advantage or increased capabilities. What is change management in

    Jocko Podcast 404: Doing the Right Things For The Right Reasons. With Navy SEAL Officer, Sean Glass.

    Sean Glass is a former U.S. Navy SEAL officer, combat leader, and now a leadership instructor with Echelon Front. Sean spent 13 years in the SEAL Teams with three combat deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Eastern Africa. He led five SEAL platoons in Iraq against Islamic State forces during some of the most dynamic and demanding environments where he saw first-hand the power of leadership on the battlefield. Sean returned from Iraq to serve as Officer-in-Charge of training for all West Coast SEAL Teams where he spearheaded the development of leadership training and personally instructed and mentored the next generation of SEAL leaders.