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February Roundtable Breakfast with Jeff Moore
February 13 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Join us for the ATC February Roundtable Breakfast with Jeff Moore. This month our community non-profit partner is Div Inc.
Jeff is the CEO of Moore Leadership LLC. He helps leaders build championship companies by cultivating Strivership, an ethic of continuous improvement based on the origin of compete: “to strive together”. Striving together is the highest form of ‘working together,’ aka collaboration, because it involves embracing the challenge of stretching beyond perceived limitations. Championship companies exude a spirit of Strivership, the sense that everyone involved is excited about pushing themselves and each other to get better every day!
Jeff created the Strivership Quotient® (SQ) Assessment Tool to serve as a catalyst for his work. Succeeding in today’s disruptive, unstable world requires being in perpetual invent, adapt, and reinvent mode. The SQ evaluates performance attributes, not discrete personality traits, making it truly actionable.
During his 23 year career at the University of Texas, Jeff's Longhorn Tennis Teams won 2 NCAA Championships, appeared in 2 NCAA finals, advanced to the Final Four 3 times, reached the Elite Eight 3 times, and won 18 conference titles. Jeff is a member of the Longhorn Hall of Honor and the College Tennis Hall of Fame. He has been named National Coach of the Year and was Conference Coach of the Year 10 times. Before taking the reins at Texas, Jeff coached the Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams at the University of Colorado. He is passionate about educational reform as well with experience as a teacher, administrator, and basketball coach in K-12 schools. Jeff's clients have included Hypergiant, Applied Materials, Harvard University, Bazaarvoice, University of North Carolina, Civitas Learning, Vanderbilt University, Auctane, Northwestern University, Infinia ML, and Powwater. Jeff is the author of “Strive Together: Achieve Beyond Expectations in a Results-Obsessed World”.