Blanck and his team have helped organizations rebound from turmoil; scaled start-ups; built cultures for locker rooms, corporations, and world tours; coached executives, rock bands, athletic coaches, and professional athletes; and advised a successful foreign presidential campaign.
Blanck is an expert facilitator with a gift for bringing out the best in people. Currently, he is the performance coach for high-capacity leaders around the world. He delivers life-altering coaching and experiences in partnership with the National Football League, within championship-winning football programs including the Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns, Clemson, and Western Michigan University, and the iconic music industry agency William Morris Endeavor.
Kevin Morooney, chief information officer, Penn State University said it best: “They overcame years of inertia in just days and their ability to appeal to a wide variety of leaders and leadership styles and tap into their innate desire for improvement is nothing short of magical. I refer to this firm as the Navy Seals of organizational and personal improvement. They have the skills to get in behind ‘enemy lines’ and take on all targets, in a loving, intimate way."
Blanck has been a guest leadership educator at the University of Pittsburgh, Belmont University, Vanderbilt University, Penn State University and Stanford University. He has been interviewed about leadership and training for The Huffington Post, Deseret News, and numerous magazines, icluding Esquire, YFS, and Vim & Vigor.
In 2016, Blanck was recognized as one of SigEp’s Top 40 Under 40. In 2017, he was a recipient of the Western Michigan University Haworth College of Business Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
Many perceive conflict as uncomfortable, avoid it altogether or handle it with aggression. Ignoring issues
sabotages careers, teams, locker rooms and friendships. Leaders are expected to prepare for regression and
confront challenges in real-time. Sadly, too many people shy away from real conversations and end up creating
a water-cooler culture. Big things can happen when conflict is used as a tool to grow individuals, restore trust,
and improve culture. Clearing the air minimizes stories and improves alignment and communication, positively
affecting the bottom line, engagement and retention.
Managing conflict is not enough and waiting for conflict to happen is not leadership. If you’re interested in how to proactively build a coaching culture, this conversation is for you. Ryan Blanck will provide you with guiding principles to help lead your lives, families and teams.