Kurt Glacy – Bio
Kurt has been a business professional for over 25 years, and owned his first company at the age of 20. He has experienced many economic cycles though the lenses of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Kurt has also been both a contributor and adviser to teams focusing on sales and marketing, finance, business operations, strategic planning, project management, and recruiting.
Kurt enjoys working with CEO s and other organization leaders, helping them to thrive in their professional and personal lives. He helps them by refining their operations and focusing on strategic vision and execution. Kurt accomplishes all of this through his coaching and peer-group facilitation with CEO Focus, through Customer Scenario Mapping in association with a major Boston business partner, and through targeted project execution.
Kurt s first book, God s Business, will be available in 2016. A mini-MBA resource for clergy and leaders of small to medium-sized congregations, this book incorporates best practices from pastors and churches across the U.S. The book will provide resources to help churches and other houses of worship to work smoothly, allowing leaders more time to serve in ministerial and service capacities. The concepts in this book will also apply to all small businesses in general.
Kurt received an MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Management from Capella University. He was also awarded a Master of Divinity
(MDiv) and a Master of Sacred Music (MSM) from Boston University. Kurt is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He also currently serves in an advisory and consultative sales capacity for a large research hospital.
When not at work, Kurt serves as an organist and music director at a local church, and concertizes on occasion. He also enjoys family time, reading, leading scripture studies, and personal fitness and self-defense. He is also a volunteer for Hospice, and frequently donates platelets in honor of a personal friend and trainer.
President of CEO Focus Tampa