Halftime Institute Speakers are seasoned business leaders with experience addressing diverse groups, through outlets including YPO, TedX, and Convene, and Kingdom Advisors, as well as radio, podcasts, and television.
Lloyd has had the privilege of investing 20 years helping leaders plan their second half. He helped launch the Halftime Institute, a global team that teach, coach and connect successful men and women in pursuit of significance. Lloyd serves as the Primary Spokesperson for the Halftime Institute as well as a Certified Halftime Coach and a widely acclaimed speaker and thought leader. He is the author of Success to Significance and the co-author of Halftime for Couples with his wife, Linda Reeb.
Your Best Second Half: Introduction to Halftime
Top 5 Observations of Leaders Who Finish Well
Success to Significance: When the Pursuit of Success Isn’t Enough
Building a Thriving Family in Your Second Half
Dean Niewolny spent 23 years in executive roles with three of Wall Street’s largest financial firms, finishing his career in the financial sector as market manager for Wells Fargo Advisors in Chicago, where he oversaw a $100mm market. In 2010, Dean left his marketplace career to help more people who, like him, wanted to expand their own first half success and skills into passion and purpose for meeting human needs and making a significant difference. Dean joined the Halftime Institute as Managing Director and in 2011 became Chief Executive Officer. He speaks at events around the world, encouraging business leaders to channel first half achievement into a second half defined by joy, impact and balance. In 2017, Dean authored his first book, Trade Up. In it, Dean shares candidly about his personal transition into a second half of meaning and significance and the learnings of the Halftime Institute over 20 years of helping marketplace leaders do the same.
Trade Up: How to Go From Making Money to Making a Difference
How Do I Make My Life Count Before It Ends?
Is There Not A Cause?: The Question Every Leader Must Answer
Do I Have to Feel Guilty If I Want to Be Successful And Significant?
RHONDA KEHLBECK, PhD
Rhonda spent her first half in education; her own (a Bachelors and Masters from Baylor and a PhD from Fordham University) and helping others with theirs as speaker, lecturer, teacher, and Professor at Dallas Baptist University. She is also an author of a book for parents that encourages reading and writing with children. The Pittsburg, Texas native met her husband at church where he drew her name from a pool of 500 women to become her secret Valentine. More than 2 decades later, she and Keith have two daughters who are currently attending Oklahoma University.
Ruined for The Ordinary: How To Pray Boldly For Outrageous Results
Someday is NOT a day of the week: How to Have a Life of Significance Now
Trusting God When He Doesn’t Make Sense
Paul’s first half career was filled with a variety of roles in marketing, sales and operations. He worked for a large, non-profit financial institution as well as a Fortune 250 company where he led the marketing efforts in one of their fastest growing divisions. As he climbed the corporate ladder, God began tugging at his heart saying He had more for him than success, wealth and a corner office. This started an incredible journey for Paul filled with wild leaps of faith, incredible lessons in humility and a life-changing shift in his perspective. Paul serves as a Halftime Certified Coach, facilitator, and the Chief Operations Officer. Paul and his wife Maryann have been married more than 25 years and have two grown kids, Drew and Jennica.
The Passionate Pursuit of Purpose
Living a Legacy: Finishing Well With No Regrets
The Problem with Busyness: Affecting Our Most Important Responsibility
Bob spent a large part of his career in the publishing and advertising industries. He served as a Chief Operating Officer in the Tribune Company, which at the time owned the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Hoy Publications, and multiple other properties operating in the print, broadcast, and digital media sectors. Following his publishing career, he spent several years in the nonprofit sector, serving in a variety of executive-level staff and board member roles. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Biola University and is a Certified Halftime Coach and Certified Professional Motivators Analyst. Bob works as Halftime Institute’s Vice President of Global Coaching. Bob, and his wife Susan, co-authored Who Are the Joneses Anyway?, a popular book focused on helping others discover who they are and why they are here so they can lead the intentional, authentic lives they were created for. Bob and Susan have been happily married for over fifteen years and are blessed to have a growing, blended family. They live in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and enjoy writing, speaking, and coaching on a growing basis.
Who are the Joneses Anyway?: Stop Living Someone Else’s Life and Start Becoming Who You were Meant to Be
Think Differently – Live Differently! Truly Living the Life You were Created For
When Enough Becomes Too Much
Jeff Spadafora is an author, speaker, and Master Certified Halftime Coach. Before coming to the Halftime Institute, Jeff spent 20 years as a leadership and executive development consultant for Fortune 1000 companies. He has coached over 130 men and women through the Halftime journey and continues to make this a primary part of his ministry. In addition to being the lead designer of the Halftime curriculum and one of the primary facilitators of workshops for groups of people embarking on the Halftime journey, Jeff also writes and speaks globally about the issues of life purpose, joy, and kingdom impact.
Jeff’s latest book, The Joy Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to a Life of Peace, Purpose, and Balance, is the result of a decade of personal growth, life coaching, coach leadership and study. WWW.THEJOYMODEL.COM
The Joy Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Peace, Purpose, and Balance
From Smoldering Discontent to Lasting Joy On Your Business Platform
Confirming Your Calling In Business: In Parallel to It Or Instead Of It?