Chris Haggerty

Workplace Perspectives

presented by Human Resources

Leading and Performing in Chaotic Times

Christopher Haggerty, senior consultant, FMG Leading
Tuesday, August 28
10-11:15 a.m. • Trabant Theater

A former member of the most elite and specialized arm of the United States Military, the U.S. Navy SEALs, Chris specializes in high performance team development and coaching. Drawing on his years of specialized training, Chris works with both corporate and team leaders, offering a hands-on, evolution-oriented coaching experience that helps break through personal, professional and performance barriers. Chris graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy, after which he completed Basic Underwater Demolition (BUD/S) SEAL Training, finishing first in his class, the “Honor Man.”

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