Past Speaking Engagements
"Rediscovery: How Looking Back Can Create the Best Way Forward" - Association for Fundraising Professionals
"The Leadership Dialogues: Five New Conversations on Change" - panel and workshop with CBIA
"Connecting Girls to Technology with Creative Thinking" - National Girls Collaborative Project at the Connecticut Science Center
"Creating Semi-Permeable Boundaries between Organization and Customer to Create A Mutual Vision for Growth" - Master of Arts Program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the University of New Haven
"Leveraging the Dynamics of Multi-Generational Dialogue to Overcome Business Challenges" - Central Connecticut State University business students
Some ideas are a fleeting fantasy while others are a brilliant stroke of vision. In organizations, where change rarely presents itself with an owner's manual, it's Fathom Partner Brent Robertson who business leaders rely on to determine if a curious possibility can lead to a new and authentic reality.
Brent spends his days helping others understand their level of commitment to an idea and where it can take them. With his pursuit of a Master's of Arts in Organizational Leadership, Brent dedicates his work with leaders to the art of creating change integration and social business. Clarity is the goal and, in achieving that, a new purpose can emerge.
The journey with Brent begins with understanding an idea's potential and how meaningful it can be. Whether the idea leads to global expansion of a business or the reinvention of a market positioning, the result of the work with Brent is a legitimate and grounded vision ready for prime time and the talent of Fathom's creative, account and technology teams.
Brent speaks nationally to industry groups and associations. In addition to years at the helm of his own agencies, he is a recipient of the University of Hartford's Anchor Award (his alma mater), which recognizes outstanding business achievement, and Connecticut's Business Champions Award.
Outside of Fathom, Brent repurposes old furniture to create beautiful, practical new pieces and feeds his hunger for finding out how things work by helping his three children learn about the world. He stays grounded with meditation and by taking on new challenges like mountain biking and whatever falls in his path.