Brent O'Bannon is a Success Coach for entrepreneurial leaders, teams, & coaches who want to achieve more success with strengths.
He's facilitated more than 27,000 sessions as a seasoned PCC (Professional Certified Coach) with ICF (International Coach Federation) and was an early strengths adopter becoming the 1st Gallup Certified Strengths Coach in the world.
Brent is a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator that has delivered 750+programs to 300+ organizations around the world, like Microsoft, Texas Instruments, City of Dallas, Harley Davidson, GALLUP, Dave & Busters Headquarters, Dow Chemical, City Bank, At&t, Shire, Novartis, & Cigna.
He's authored six books, most recently, Let's Talk Strengths: Applying Your Strengths to Grow Stronger, Work Smarter, and Live Richer. His Amazon #1 Best Selling book, Selling Strengths, shows how you can get paying clients using your strengths.
Brent's leadership brand from his top 5 strengths brings purposeful goal setting, wise coaching, and entrepreneurial zest. Inspiring others by courageous communication and training strengths champions for global excellence.
Visit https://brentobannon.com/ for individual, teams, and organizational coaching programs.
Visit https://strengthschampion.com/ to become a Strengths Champion Certified Coach®.
Visit https://brentobannon.com/coach-business-builder-masterclass/ to build a 6 & 7 figure coaching business.
Brent is described by his clients as purposeful, engaging, courageous, invigorating, & transformational in his coaching and speaking style.
Much of his work and life wisdom comes from being a business owner since 1993, being married to his college sweetheart 34+ years, launching two children into adulthood, and being a grand daddy. He’s an entrepreneur with zest, team tennis player, golfer, travel and foodie junkie with his wife, and giver to non-profits.
A recent organizational client shared, "I have never been a part of an exercise that seemed to get people more excited and willing to commit than Brent’s CliftonStrengths-StrengthsFinder Coaching program. I was quickly amazed at the things we were all learning about, not only our fellow managers, but also about ourselves. The most common expression from the group was "Ahaaaa! Now I understand.