Ron Fleisher is dedicated to maximizing results. His extensive experience and training in human and asset management results in well-balanced outcomes that achieve and exceed return-on-investment targets for enterprises.
During his career he has held many positions from stock boy to Chief Executive Officer. Ron has been acknowledged in several published books including:
- The Path, By Dr. Peter Berardi, Retired Navy SEAL Commander
- Creating Competitive Advantage, By Jaynie Smith and William Flanagan
- The Leadership Spectrum, By Dr. Mary Burner Lippitt
- CEO Tools, By Kraig Kramers
- A Walk in The Woods, By Nan O’Connor
- Relevant Selling, By Jaynie Smith
- Business Success Through Self- Knowledge, By Dr. William D. Anton
- Brilliant or Blunder, By Dr. Mary Burner Lippitt
- Ascend: Forging A Path to Your Truer Self, By Dr. William D. Anton
- Creative Conflict. A Practical Guide for Business Negotiators, By Dr. Bill Sanders and Frank Mobus. The Harvard Business Review Press recruited Ron to serve as a negotiations expert to review the book which just became available in June of 2021.
A few highlights in Ron’s career are:
- Being awarded The American Spirit Honor Medal while serving in the United States Air Force.
- Serving as a member of The Leadership Mastermind Group a think tank of business leaders from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Singapore, and Australia, to define and advance the art, science, and practice of leadership.
- Judging the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business case study competitions on both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
- Traveling across the United States and Canada as a resource speaker for Vistage (formerly known as The Executive Committee) the largest CEO organization in the world. His topics included: Compensation Programs, Negotiations, Time Management, Financial Analysis, and Strategic Planning.
Ron belongs to Abundance 360 a group of forward-thinking individuals that follow the paths of:
- Elon Musk, Dr. Peter Diamandis, Ray Kurzweil, Tony Robbins, Richard Branson, and others.
“Learning is a life-long endeavor”