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Bill Treasurer

Asheville, North Carolina, USA

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Bill Treasurer is chief encouragement officer at Giant Leap Consulting. His clients include NASA, eBay, Lenovo, Saks Fifth Avenue, Spanx, the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Treasurer has served in numerous management roles, including as the first internal executive coach at Accenture. Earlier, he was the captain of the US High Diving Team. He is the author of A Leadership Kick in the Ass, Right Risk, Leaders Open Doors, and The Leadership Killer.
Right Risk

How can you choose risks intelligently and keep them from stressing you out?

Positively M.A.D.

Are you inspired by tales of people who make a difference in the world despite all odds?

Courage Goes To Work

Courage Goes to Work is for every manager who has ever struggled with how to get their employees to have more backbone. ...

A Leadership Kick in the Ass

Did you boss tell you to stop brown-nosing?

Bill Treasurer's services include:

  • Motivational Keynotes
  • Strategic Planning
  • Leadership Development
  • Teambuilding
  • Facilitation
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Clients include:

  • NASA
  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Lenovo
  • UBS Bank
  • Saks Fifth Avenue
  • Spanx 
  • Hugo Boss
  • Accenture
  • CDC
  • CNN
  • Children's Miracle Network
  • Walsh Construction
  • Plote Construction
  • Aldridge Electric Incorporated
  • nCino
  • Equity Office Properties
  • U.S. Forest Service
  • The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
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Our aim is to always deliver value far in excess of our fees.

For more information, please contact:  [email protected] or [email protected]

“Of all the folks who’ve keynoted our conferences, Bill was the best at both inspiring and educating our audience…His delivery was flawless. He involved the audience in quizzes and clever ways to engage the delegates in the material. He created a sense of intimacy with us by sharing personal examples that touched our hearts and made us laugh out loud… It’s no wonder that there was a spontaneous standing ovation at the end. I highly recommend Bill to anyone who is seeking an upbeat, knowledgeable, and customer-centric speaker who entertains, educates, and motivates audiences to take action. And not only that, he’s a genuinely nice guy and so easy to work with.”
-- Jim Kouzes, coauthor of The Leadership Challenge, and the Dean’s Executive Fellow of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University

"Bill Treasurer’s ideas about courage and risk taking resonated so strongly with the Spanx team that we ended up working with the Giant Leap Consulting team on three occasions."
-- Sara Blakely, Founder & CEO of Spanx

“Bill Treasurer gave the closing keynote at the annual Fortune Leadership Summit and helped close out the event in an excellent and “courageous” way.”
-- Verne Harnish, Chair, Fortune Magazine’s Leadership Summit, Author, The Rockefeller Habits, CEO, Gazzells, Inc

"Our work with Giant Leap Consulting on our leadership development program has been transformative for our company. We see GLC not as a vendor but a trusted strategic partner for developing our people and strengthening our business."
-- Craig Atkinson, Vice President of Communication & Strategic Services at The Walsh Group

"Aldridge Electric has been very pleased with our relationship with Giant Leap Consulting. They’ve done a great job of understanding the dynamics of our company and culture. The workshops they’ve designed don’t waste our time and are always filled with useful and interesting content."
-- Steve Rivi, CEO of Aldridge Electric Incorporated

"The messages in Courageous Leadership are delivered in a clear, straightforward way and create a compelling reason for practicing courage. Our associates walked away with easy to implement strategies for demonstrating the three buckets of courage every day."
--Pamela Booker, Sr. Director of Learning & Development, Saks Fifth Avenue

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