Brock Brown is a Master Corporate Executive Coach (MCEC), certified through the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches and the MEECO Leadership Institute. As such. Brock is a qualified Enterprise Wide Business Partner™. Brock is also a Certified Stakeholder Centered Coach with Marshall Goldsmith. He has an MA in Organizational Leadership from Regent University and attained his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education in 1983.
Brock’s career and life experiences, especially as the past President and C.O.O of a private energy service company, have equipped him to be an empathic and trustworthy confident to the C-Suite. Well known for being an organizational development consultant, trainer, and executive coach; today, Brock is exclusively focused on executive coaching predominantly at the executive level. He is also well-recognized internationally as a consultant and speaker on topics ranging from Ethics in the Workplace, to Industrial Safety, organizational design and Leadership.
Brock lives in Red Deer, Alberta, with his wife, Jeannie. They have three adult children and four grandchildren. Brock has an authentic spirit and is truly passionate about his family, his Koi, Kayaking and Values-Based Leadership.
1995 – Present: Co-Founder and Owner – Integrity Consulting Services
2016 – 2019: Co-Founder and VP, Corporate Services – Fresnel Software Corporation.
1999 – 2001: President, C.O.O. and Partner – S.E.A.L. International
1995 – 1999: President and Operating Partner – Devonian Safety Services Corp.
1989 – 1995: Senior Manager, Well Servicing Division – EnServ Corporation
1985 – 1989: Manager of Law Enforcement Training – Province of Alberta
1985: Deputy Director of Training – Grande Cache Correctional Center
“My father was Squadron Leader Kenneth William Brown RCAF. He was a highly decorated war hero celebrated in Canada for his legendary flight on May 16, 1943, known as The Dambuster Raid. He asked men to risk their lives for a merciless cause; and they did. He carried the burden of war and I believe suffered through PTSD through much of his life.
He taught me leadership and instilled a sense of honor, pride, and duty into me that links back to the air force. My father always stood up for what he believed was the truth and he demonstrated how important integrity was. Although his values differed from mine, he always represented his values.
Next to teaching my children to be independent as the foundation of interdependence, the next greatest gift I can give them is to pass on being a person of integrity – as my father tried to teach me.”