Glenn Hansen - Partner, Northwest

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OneAccord Partners, interim management, revenue growth

Shareholder: AccordGlobal

Practice Focus

Retail – Brick & Mortar, Online

Wholesale

Sales Training & Management – (Retail, B2B, Inside & Outside)

Organizational and Leadership Development


“I function as a catalyst in Sales Management, Leadership Development and Operational Excellence for sustainable revenue growth. The greatest reward for me is the ability to offer hard won expertise and knowledge, and to see significant change in my clients’ companies.”


Biography

For 25 years, Glenn was a highly success retail management senior executive in the consumer electronics industry. Achieving extraordinary results and leading profitable sales and retail stores, he builds teams with synergy. He has lead teams to success in vastly different sales environments for both products and services.
He is a great sales trainer and motivator. Glenn also has a talent for building effective strategies amidst complex challenges and takes strategy to execution to achieve and exceed goals. In all, Glenn is a ‘best in class’ result-getter.

Glenn’s early career was with the regional Consumer Electronics retailer, The Federated Group. By the early 90’s after a few years with The Good Guys at the height of their success, Glenn joined Best Buy to help open the West Coast. At Best Buy, the world’s leading Consumer Electronics retailer, he oversaw stores with revenues exceeding $400 million annually.

Leadership development, interpersonal communication and conflict management are some of Glenn’s other competencies. He is gifted at building strategic plans and taking strategy to execution with extraordinary performance results. “Turnaround” for struggling or ‘stuck’ businesses is another of his core skills.

Since 2009 Glenn has been the Regional Managing Principal for OneAccord in California. The OneAccord team has a ‘best in class’ team of former CEO’s and senior exec’s who help small and mid-size companies that need help growing their profitable revenue. He has helped several companies achieve extraordinary success on a part-time interim or project basis. He has been a speaker at various venues in Southern California on Leadership, Hiring Talent, Team Building, and Sales.

Glenn is on the Board of two organizations, Redden Marine Supply and Transformational Leadership Africa.

Glenn’s undergraduate work at Long Beach State University is where he majored in Communications. He received a Masters in Leadership and Theology from the International School of Theology.

Feedback

Redden Marine Supply: “Glenn was quite forthright and delivered an assessment using ‘truth with compassion’…I would highly recommend Glenn to any organization that wishes to improve its ability to grow and develop a culture where all employees feel heard and respected.” Read More
– Randy Chiabai, CEO

Redden Marine Supply: “I have worked with Glenn as a client, as well as, a member of our board at Redden Marine Supply. Glenn possesses an in-depth knowledge of business operations, strong leadership skills, and a keen understanding of strategic company development.” Read More
– Mike Reese, Executive VP

FrontGate Media: “Glenn has not only helped us steer our business in a more focused, productive, and profitable direction, but he has also assisted each of us (the owners) individually in our own personal development.” Read More
– Josh Klaristenfeld, COO and Co-founder

EZ Lube: “He assessed the management team and provided specific recommendations, action plans and timelines for delivering results and he hit those milestones flawlessly. Thanks to his work we were able to accelerate improvements in delivering operational excellence to our customers.” Read More
– Guy Marsala, CEO


Blogs

    • 3 Highly Effective Questions to Hire ‘A’ Player Salespeople
    • FrontGate Media Awarded for Online Presence
    • Interim Executive: CEO’s Don’t Know What They Don’t Know: Part Two Becoming a Leader Others Want to Follow
    • The Interim Executive: CEO’s Don’t Know What They Don’t Know