High Performance Pathways

Garret Harrell - US Marine Veteran, The Honor Foundation Fellow and President & Principal Consultant at Southern Cross Leadership Solutions (Season 2, Episode #41)

November 11, 2020 Court Whitman (artist) Garret Harrell (guest) Season 2 Episode 41
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Garret Harrell - US Marine Veteran, The Honor Foundation Fellow and President & Principal Consultant at Southern Cross Leadership Solutions (Season 2, Episode #41)
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Garret Harrell - US Marine Veteran, The Honor Foundation Fellow and President & Principal Consultant at Southern Cross Leadership Solutions (Season 2, Episode #41)
Nov 11, 2020 Season 2 Episode 41
Court Whitman (artist) Garret Harrell (guest)

Story of US Marine Retired Garret Harrell who is involved in a number of things that include: 

  • President and Principal Consultant at Southern Cross Leadership Solutions 
  • President and Co-Founder for Harrell Squared Consulting, 
  • and work as a Certified Instructor in Resilience-Building Leader Program.  

At Southern Cross, Garrett helps organizations develop high-performance work teams by (1) helping growth-minded teams identify and leverage their strengths-based and value-aligned competencies for greater success; (2) to discover the importance of being, individually, sharp and pointy, casting away the desire to be well-rounded. To focus individual talents toward concerted balance creating engagement that is transformational, not transactional; (3) to increase collective impact and performance for overall greater satisfaction, in both work and life; and (4) to be hyper-focused on the mission. And, ultimately, be better than prepared to accomplish it!

Garret transitioned from active duty as a US Marine and into the private sector in 2020. He is a graduate of The Honor Foundation’s transition program and continues to focus his time and energy on supporting veterans in transition as the Director of Recruiting and the Raleigh-Durham Event Organizer for Elite Meet and as a Mentor for Operation Military Kids Club.

Garret is a life-long learner and a graduate of Florida w/BA in Criminology, MS in Strategic Leadership from the University of Charleston, an executive leadership certificate from Notre Dame and a candidate for the 2021 Tuck Next Step Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. 

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Show Notes

Story of US Marine Retired Garret Harrell who is involved in a number of things that include: 

  • President and Principal Consultant at Southern Cross Leadership Solutions 
  • President and Co-Founder for Harrell Squared Consulting, 
  • and work as a Certified Instructor in Resilience-Building Leader Program.  

At Southern Cross, Garrett helps organizations develop high-performance work teams by (1) helping growth-minded teams identify and leverage their strengths-based and value-aligned competencies for greater success; (2) to discover the importance of being, individually, sharp and pointy, casting away the desire to be well-rounded. To focus individual talents toward concerted balance creating engagement that is transformational, not transactional; (3) to increase collective impact and performance for overall greater satisfaction, in both work and life; and (4) to be hyper-focused on the mission. And, ultimately, be better than prepared to accomplish it!

Garret transitioned from active duty as a US Marine and into the private sector in 2020. He is a graduate of The Honor Foundation’s transition program and continues to focus his time and energy on supporting veterans in transition as the Director of Recruiting and the Raleigh-Durham Event Organizer for Elite Meet and as a Mentor for Operation Military Kids Club.

Garret is a life-long learner and a graduate of Florida w/BA in Criminology, MS in Strategic Leadership from the University of Charleston, an executive leadership certificate from Notre Dame and a candidate for the 2021 Tuck Next Step Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. 

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5APZ8C5C6942Y&source=url)