Headlines Read . . . Violent thunderstorms. Fatal Flooding. Category 5 Hurricane. F-5 Tornado. Golf Ball Sized Hail. 100 mph Straight Line Winds. Trees Uprooted. Power Outage for 12,000 Residents. Gas Line Explosion. Local Businesses Affected. Leadership can be challenging when things are going well, there is always something you need to work through. However, […]
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About Frank Walter
Frank Walter has an enthusiasm for development both in one’s personal as well as professional life. He is committed to inspire, encourage and motivate others to do what they say they want to do.
He works with people to see things from a fresh perspective so they can make different decisions that get better results.
Frank is Chairman for 2-TEC Groups (TEC 47 & TEC NextGen 1) and 2-EA Groups (EA 7 & EA 8) whose members include CEOs, business owners, and senior executives.
His experience includes a range of positions at technology companies including President and Chief Operating Officer. He has extensive experience in Business Operations at both Fortune 100 as well as small and mid-sized privately held companies and therefore understands the issues, problems and opportunities business executives deal with every day.
He helps clients move from simply managing one problem after another to leading and inspiring their teams to create consistently successful business results.
Specialties: Frank has significant expertise in Sales Management and developing Go-To-Market strategies
Frank is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.
Frank and his wife Milena reside in the Metro Milwaukee Wisconsin area. They have two children, Dave an attorney and Mitra a classically schooled artist.
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Companies and organizations that survived the “Great Recession” did so because of perseverance, effort and focus. However, there is a price to pay for everything and perhaps the price in this case is a lot more stress. And yes, this is an understandable outcome – do more with less, work additional hours, a sense of […]
Time and again people in leadership roles tell me how they simply cannot find the time to get all the things done in the time available (day, week, month, quarter, year, etc.). And what ultimately suffers the most is their personal/family life, which results in a sense of being stressed out. So, with this in […]