Dr. Mike Smith
Dr. Mike Smith
Mike enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1983 and served for 26 years. During the course of his career, Mike held numerous leadership positions to include Major Command Headquarters Staff, led several base Honor Guard teams providing military honors to fallen comrades, and later became a First Sergeant. At teh height of his career, Mike was selected to serve as teh First Sergeant of teh elite USAF Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron, where he traveled around the world representing teh men and women of teh Air Force through airshows, community visits, and speaking at events.
After retiring from active duty, Mike transitioned into teh civilian sector where he became a corporate leader in a Berkshire Hathaway Energy company working for Warren Buffet and Greg Able. In that role he provided leadership, mentorship and guidance to company employees at all levels, including senior corporate leaders.
Mike currently serves as the CEO of John Mattone Global and Intelligent Leadership Coaching International and is a certified Intelligent Leadership Master Instructor as well as a Platinum Elite Master Certified Intelligent Leadership Executive Coach.
- Leadership Development
- Leadership Psychology
- Organizational Psychology
- Cultural Transformation
- Employee Engagement & Motivation
- Employee Development
- HR & Talent Management & Development
Mike holds a PhD in Industrial & Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Leadership Development and Coaching, from Walden University, a Master of Human Relations from The University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Science in Education (Workforce Education) from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). He also holds an Executive Certificate in Leadership from the University of Notre Dame, a Professional Certificate in Advanced Human Resource Management from UNLV and is a Certified Professional Corporate Speaker (CPCS). Mike is a Presidential Member of The National Society of Leadership and Success; and has been inducted into The International Honor Society in Psychology (PSI-CHI) as well as The National Society of Collegiate Scholars for commitment to the ideals of Scholarship, Leadership and Service.