Glen Wakeman is a successful Economical Service Executive. He is a board member, small business owner, public company CEO, executive mentor, and investor. Glen has been in the business management industry for over 21 years. He is zealous about developing businesses through improving individual and company agility. He is the father of the five major dimensions of performance. The dimensions include human capital, leadership, risk management, governance and risk management.
Glen Wakeman is the president and founder of Nova Four. The company offers strategic advice as well as capital access for growing companies. He maintains the board duties as well as coaching CEO to these companies. The coaching is aimed at supporting improvements. Mr. Wakeman also actively involves himself in startup companies through LaunchPad Toolkit. The toolkit provides online services for business planning through a SAAS website.
Glen worked with GE Capital for over 20 years. He served in various leadership roles at the GE Capital such as business development, operations management, and general management. He has gained the market experience by working both in international and American markets. He served as the CEO Money Latin America at GE as the last role in the company. He helped develop operations within 9 countries right from startups to big companies. Glen Wakeman has developed several new products, signed many partnerships and building a network of more than 1000 branches while at GE. His previous roles at the GE included GE Capital general director and director of global insurance venture. In addition to this, he also worked as CEO GE owned Consolidated financial insurance groups in the UK. He was also the GE Money Director Business Development. In the UK, Glen established and executed an approach for a number of businesses that raised their revenues from 2 million dollars to 10million dollars.
Glen Wakeman has been a resident in six countries. He has also been responsible for business operations in more than 30 countries. The board of directors at GE recognized his as a role model in growth leadership. Glen holds MBA from Chicago University. He received his BS in Finance and Economics from Scranton University. Glen believes that questioning the value proposition of something is a sure way for one to grow as well as companies.