130. Robert “Bo” Brabo has a combined 30+ years of Human Resources Leadership experience in the Department of Defence and private industry. Throughout his career, Bo has always focused on the people, helping them tackle their business problems as if they were his own. Since retiring from the US Army as the Chief of HR Operations with the White House Communications Agency and Presidential Communications Officer for both Presidents Bush and Obama, Bo has served in several executive positions including most recently, Founder of Hail Media Group and The Brabo Center of Excellence, providing fully accredited continuing education for HR professionals around the globe.
The Center’s programs thrive on Bo’s values-based leadership strategy termed PEDL (participate, engage, discuss, and learn), used to invoke action, elicit desired behaviours, and drive alignment between personal, professional, and organisational core values. Bo’s mission through the Center is to build leadership and business acumen in human resources professionals, giving them the abilities to help solve for today’s most challenging business issues. Students develop a leadership mindset, boost their performance, build and lead high-performing teams, get crystal clear on their HR goals, plans, and actions, and set-up their careers for long-term success and satisfaction. The Center’s programs are offering on their E-Learning platform, via live webinars, as well as customised corporate training events.
Bo received his MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. He is a professional speaker and author of the book “From the Battlefield to the White House to the Boardroom: Leading Organisations to Values Based Results” (foreword written by JetBlue Airways co-founder, Mike Barger), a Top 100 Amazon Hot New Release in business leadership. Bo is also the Co-Host of “The Bo and Luke Show” podcast, with a mission to help listeners be, know, and do better through his own experiences and those of his guests. The podcast debuted in February 2020 and 50 episodes later, ranks in the top 2.5% of podcasts globally.
To get in touch with Bo directly, visit his website at www.robertbrabo.com. Through the website, links to The Brabo Center of Excellence and The Bo & Luke Show are readily available. Website visitors are able to purchase a signed copy of Bo’s book on the site. The book is also available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions.