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Brendan P. Keegan Featured on California-Based Podcast Talent Talk

NASHUA, NH, August 14, 2015 – Brendan P. Keegan, Managing Partner at velocityHUB and 4-Time President & CEO, was a recent guest on the California-based Internet podcast show Talent Talk. Host and CEO Chris Dyer interviewed Brendan on his experience running 10,000 person organizations, discovering talent and driving leadership. The episode is free on iTunes under “Talent Talk” dated May 26, 2015.

Talent Talk features a vast array of guests from CEOs to HR executives across diverse industries. Dyer analyzes talent in regard to success and investigates the secrets of successful people. He looks at identifying and hiring the most talented people today.

In this episode, Brendan talks about the progression of his career, what it takes to be a successful CEO, how making errors is CRITICAL to success and what we can all do to be a better leader.

To listen to this podcast click here.

About Brendan P. Keegan

Brendan P. Keegan is is a 4-time turnaround CEO of large, private equity backed companies and served as the Fortune 100’s youngest Chief Sales Officer. Brendan has raised nearly a billion dollars in capital and returned twice the industry average to investors through successful exit strategies. He has led over 25,000 people in 150 countries and driven sales teams to over $100 billion in sales. Brendan was named a Distinguished Fellow by Dartmouth College for his contribution to the engineering field, a successful entrepreneur by FastCompany, Volunteer of the Year and Coach of the Year for his commitment to community service.

About velocityHUB

velocityHUB delivers results-oriented training programs, high-value consulting and targeted executive coaching to many of the world’s leading companies, small and medium businesses, and non-profits. Our vision is to build one million leaders to drive performance, sales and revenue growth.

Contact: Amanda E Rogers | 603.402.1734 | amanda@velocityhub.com

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