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Tom Feldhusen

Executive Advisor at Culture Index – WI
West Bend, WI

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About Tom Feldhusen

Tom Feldhusen is an Executive Advisor and Licensee of Culture Index, a program that identifies and applies seven personality traits required for business success – Increased Revenue, EBITDA and Company Scale. He helps Christian business owners and executives utilize the program to build the right teams around them. It is all about Fit.

Tom has 30+ years of experience with companies ranging in size from $10mm to $1.5b, public and private, and is keenly aware of the challenges leaders navigate. He believes there is “Royalty in Every Role” and finding, rewarding, and keeping this “Royalty” is becoming even more challenging. Good judgement comes from experience and that experience comes from bad judgement. He will admit that bad “people” judgement is part of his history.

Tom knows that Christian business owners believe there is an obligation to their people beyond simply providing a paycheck for a job well done. The secret to success for leaders and their organizations lies in applying each person’s natural propensities and understanding inherent motivating needs. By adding math and science to Executives “people decisions”, versus the subjective gut feel, Tom’s greatest satisfaction is when Christian Leaders get their lives back while their business succeeds. His clients all value their most expensive and subjective asset – people – and believe that people are the leading indicator of company success.

Tom is a Parish Trustee at his Catholic Church and lives on a small hobby farm near the town of Allenton, Wisconsin with his wife Christine and daughter Alexandra. In his spare time Tom drives a team of draft horses (a true “Teamster”) and makes draft horse harness.

Speaking Topics

Business & Finance, Communication, Professional Development, Servant Leadership

Specialized Topics

1. No Money = No Mission. It is all about the Right People in the Right Seat.

2. Determine Internal Motivating Needs to Drive Company Success.

3. Twisting your mind to focus on the “Who”, not the “What” – you will get uncomfortable so be OK with it.