Senior Success Mentor, Speaker and Corporate Trainer
MORETALENT™, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin based corporate strategy firm, announces the onboarding of Dean M. Heffta the role of Executive Leadership Coach for the organization. Mr. Heffta resides in Peoria IL and is the founder and Director of his
own consulting organization, Clarus Results.
His professional experience includes work in the agricultural industry as well as an instructional focus with the Foster College of Business / Center for Professional Excellence at Bradley University in Peoria.
He has an impressive range of skills in sales as well as in the field of client service and executive leadership. He earned a Master’s Degree from Drake University with a undergraduate degree from University of Minnesota.
To any table at which he might sit, Dean brings a passion for helping individuals and companies become effective in the building of teams, giving them the insight and skill to drive their achievements towards a new level of success for both themselves and for their organizations. He applies the basics of good communications and people skills to help others become better at communicating, being a more productive leader, and developing into a first-class go-getter in the selling end of their business as well.
Dean is a relationship builder whose philosophy is born from the titles of his articles / The Leader as a Coach; Drop the Drama so You Can Start Your Success; and Igniting the Fire of a Customer’s Experience.
Oliver Degnan, President and CEO of MORETALENT™ Corporation said this to say about Dean,
“Dean will be there to assist our clients reach a full potential. His professional and life experience is a tremendous asset to our business.”
MORETALENT™partners with organizations and its executive leaders to develop measurable business and technology strategies that will impact key metrics and increase the corporate competitive edge in the marketplace. Founded in the spring of 2018, MORETALENT™ is jointly headquartered in Pewaukee, Wisconsin and El Paso, Texas.