This one day leadership development program is designed to introduce current and future organizational leaders to the high performance leadership practices employed by elite US Military forces and professional athletes. Learn “No Fail” leadership techniques from the best of the best! Brought to you by Heider College of Business and Global Partners in Hope, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to meet the tangible needs of people in communities across the globe, delivering real, sustainable hope.
$149 General Attendee
$2,500 Table Sponsor
$5,000 Session Sponsor
In 1987 Mr. Cooper earned a BS in Molecular Biology from Juanita College and entered the military that same year specifically to become a US Navy SEAL. During his 25-year career, David spent nearly 19 of those at the prestigious Naval Special Warfare Development Group, conducting combat operations throughout Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East. For his distinguished service, Mr. Cooper was awarded numerous unit and personal awards, including a Silver Star, 6 Bronze Stars with “V” devices, 2 Distinguished Meritorious Service Medals, 4 Presidential Unit Citations and numerous other joint and individual awards. Mr. Cooper presently serves as President of the Karakoram Group and is pursuing a Master’s degree in International Business offered jointly by Oxford (UK) and HEC (France).
Having served 30 years as a SEAL leader, retired Rear Admiral Scott Moore is a master in organizational leadership and team building. He served in every leadership position in the SEAL teams, including the former commander of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and closed out his career as the number two leader in the entire SEAL organization,. He led the military’s elite forces through more than 2,000 of our nation’s most extreme, high-stakes messes and was deployed on SEAL team operations across the globe.
As a performance psychologist, Jack Stark provides psychological and performance enhancement training to elite athletes at the collegiate, professional and Olympic levels. He served as the team psychologist (1989-2004) for the University of Nebraska Cornhusker football program. During his tenure Nebraska won 88% of its games including 3 national championships and had the highest winning percentage in the 1990s. He is in his 11th year as the team psychologist for NASCAR’s premier Hendrick Motorsports Team (winner of 5 straight national championships). He maintains a practice as a licensed clinical psychologist and has provided assistance to more than 10,000 individuals. He served on the faculty of the Nebraska Medical Center’s Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics as a tenured professor of medical psychology. He is founder and director of Performance Enhancement Group and consults to F-500 executives. He has made over 1,000 presentations on Leadership and Teamwork.