Young Professionals Luncheon
Creating a rewarding mentoring experience
Do you know how many people have successfully summited Mt. Everest solo? One. So why go it alone?
Bold leaders recognize how important it is to surround themselves with mentors who can help them navigate their career and provide them a safe place to ask questions and learn.
Life is uneven, circuitous, and filled with surprises that can set even the strongest leader back. This is why it's so important to have influential people in your corner using their experience, successes, and failures to help you maneuver through life.
This program will help you outline your ideal mentoring relationship and arm you with clarity to help recruit someone special.
SM experiences-meetings, retreats, and workshops-for small groups to national conferences. He’s the world’s only dual certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). Blending his unique background in leadership and well-being, he specializes in performance improvement to lead his clients to achieve their “champion within” (mind and body).
Ryan is a guest leadership educator at Penn State University and Stanford University’s Business Leadership Program. He’s been interviewed about leadership and training in The Huffington Post, The Desert News, Esquire, YFS, and Vim and Vigor Magazines. And CNN’s story of his client Marlon Gibson’s life-altering transformation is one of the network’s most popular online health articles of all time.
He has advised and coached leaders within organizations such as The Color Run, Joe’s Black Book, Human Movement Management, World Bank, Google, Nike CRC Insurance, Penn State University, lululemon athletica and United Way.
Ryan is a well-respected member of the Society for Human Resource Management, International Association of Facilitators, IDEA Health and Fitness Association, and the American Council on Exercise (ACE), for whom he also serves as national spokesman. He also has sat on the boards of national non-profits Freestyle Foundation and Loa Scholarship Fund. He currently serves on board of the Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business. Ryan was nationally recognized as “40 Under 40” for his outstanding leadership by fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon.