About Sean Glaze


Sean Glaze is an author, speaker, and entertaining team builder who keeps your people engaged and laughing while they learn how to lead from where they are.Sean Glaze Standing

Experienced at facilitating fun events that connect your people to their goals and teammates, he is also a skilled facilitator who can lead valuable discussions on any uncomfortable truths your team may need to address.

Leaders contact Sean when they want their people to communicate better, to become more aware of team strengths and roles, or just to have fun and laugh together. 


Before becoming a professional speaker and facilitator, Sean gained experience with a variety of teams – working as a lifeguard, a bartender, and even a car salesman.

As a team builder, Sean has been there and done that, leading underachieving basketball programs to tremendous turnarounds with simple, practical tools and a focus on team cohesiveness and leadership development.  

Twice named to “Who’s Who Among America’s Educators,” his experiences as an literature teacher and coach provide many of the powerful insights he shares to help school faculties, corporate groups, and university athletic programs improve team performance with fun team building events and interactive keynotes.

In addition to his membership with the Association of Experiential Education and the Southeast Association of Facilitators, Sean is a member of the National Speakers Association and currently serves as Director of Programs for the Georgia Chapter.

He earned his Bachelors Degree in English at Georgia Southern University, and then added Masters and Specialist Degrees from Jacksonville State University. 


Sean Glaze is the author of Fistitude, a leadership parable, and other books and CD’s that focus on building both teams and team leaders.

When he is not on the road inspiring groups to develop rapid teamwork, Sean enjoys being home in Atlanta with his wife Amy, their three kids, and two very lazy dogs.   




Before  you contact Sean -

You may want to consider the following five questions:


    – What size group are you working with?  

    – What issues or challenges are your group experiencing?

    – What do you most want your group to “take away” from the event?

    – What date(s) do you have in mind?

    – What location(s) are you considering?



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