Lance Hilton is a Regional Practice Leader with responsibility for leading the Execution Practice with a primary focus on working with clients headquartered in FranklinCovey's Southeast Region. Lance originally joined FranklinCovey in 2000 and focused heavily on building custom leadership solutions for several of FranklinCovey's strategic client implementations. One of his key works was his opportunity to contribute to the early development and application of the 4 Disciplines of Execution methodology.
In 2004, Lance left FranklinCovey and over the next seven years served in executive roles such as EVP Operation's, President and CEO of privately held companies with stewardship of over 65,000 employees. His executive experience was seasoned as he engaged in the following industries: financial services, software development, and 3D visualization. Lance continues to serve on the board of directors for entities in both the software development and 3D visualization spaces.
In 2011, Lance accepted the invitation to rejoin FranklinCovey as the formal publication of 4 Disciplines of Execution prepares to be released in April 2012 joining the ranks of FranklinCovey great leadership publications such as 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Now as a Regional Practice Lead for the 4 Disciplines of Execution, Lance's drive comes in partnering with executive leadership to execute hard strategies to the front line.
Lance has been married for 16 years to the love of his life, Shay. He is the proud father of six children between the ages of 2 and 14. Lance considers himself to be an outdoor adventurist and passionate about his kids' sports or activities. On that note, a recent favorite and notable experience was coaching his son's thirds grade team to a Lanier Bowl Championship.
Get Right and Tight! Even a modest movement in the performance of the “middle” 60% of your operations toward the top performers will have a dramatic effect on your bottom line!
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