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Glenn Tecker

Glenn Tecker Glenn Tecker is Chair and Co-CEO of Tecker International, LLC, a multinational consulting practice that has completed projects for over 2500 groups in Canada, the U.S., Europe, Asia, Scandinavia, Mexico, and Central America.

Glenn is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s foremost experts on leadership and strategy in not-for-profit organizations.. Having worked in an executive capacity with businesses, public agencies, and non-profit organizations, he has also served as a board member for several non-profit and for-profit organizations. Glenn’s particular expertise in the areas of governance, program strategy, organizational design, research and analysis. He is a researcher, educator, facilitator, consultant and sought-after speaker.

Some highlights of his accomplishments include:

Guiding member and staff leadership of professional societies, trade associations, professional disciplinary, credentialling, and cause related organizations through participative and transparent processes that redefined core purpose and values, developed vision-based strategy and action plans, and realigned priorities for the second quarter of the 21st Century.

Developing new organizational, program, and operational strategy with organizations working in the built environment to provide innovative solutions to global ecological and social concerns in order to successfully navigate a period of multiple opportunities, complex demands and rapid growth.

Designing and conducting an institute for an international philanthropic organization to train representatives from 10 Asian nations with a tradition of conflict.

Devising strategy and developing competencies with school districts, educational agencies, and school board and teacher associations working to improve teaching, learning, and organization.

Facilitating planning activities of information, telecommunications and entertainment related organizations in high technology industries challenged by tough competition and constant dramatic change.

Supporting research and program planning efforts of agricultural organizations addressing complex issues related to food safety, industry prosperity, and shifts in the demography and economics of agriculture.

Working with the governance and staff leaders of local, national and international healthcare related organizations addressing issues of quality, access, and cost.

Providing a series of two-day leadership symposiums for chief staff and chief elected officers of not-for-profit organizations for the American, Canadian, and European Societies of Association Executives

Glenn is also the co-author of three best-selling texts – The Will to Govern Well: Knowledge, Trust and Nimbleness; Building a Knowledge-Based Culture: Using 21st Century Work and Decision-Making Systems in Associations; and Successful Association Leadership: Dimensions of 21st Century Competency for the CEO. Currently he serves as vice-chair of the National Board of Guide Dogs for the Blind Foundation and America’s Vet Dogs in NY. He also served as the Board Chair of New Hope Academy – a nonprofit multi-campus nontraditional alternative school in Pa. In 1998, Glenn was honored as the recipient of ASAE’s Academy of Leaders Award - the highest possible recognition awarded by ASAE’s Board of Directors to professionals who have made a lasting contribution to the field of association management.

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