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Mr. Clifton L. Taulbert ...
Mr. Clifton L. Taulbert (confirmed)
Clifton L. Taulbert is the Founder and CEO of the Building Community Institute (BCI).
is a 15-year old Tulsa, Oklahoma company that specializes in Human Capital Development and Organizational Effectiveness.
Taulbert's clients represent the corporate, the federal and academic sectors (k-12 through College and university leadership).
Taulbert, a writer of southern culture is respected worldwide.
many books include the awarding winning Once Upon A Time When We Were Colored, the Pulitzer-Nominated, The Last Train North and the book that Coach Wooden couldn't put down, Eight Habits of the Heart.
At the turn of the millennium, Taulbert
were among those chosen by CNN
to represent voices of "Community."
is recognized internationally for his
work on workplace culture and the role that building community plays in creating an environment branded by RAI...Respect, Affirmation and Inclusion.
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President & CEO
The Freemount Corporation
President & CEO, The Freemount Corporation
Clifton L. Taulbert, a former Oklahoma banker is president and founder of the Building Community Institute, a consulting company focused on human capital development and organizational effectiveness.
Since the founding of the company, his
philosophy has been embraced by such companies as Lockheed Martin
, Bank of America
, Baxter Healthcare
, Pacific Coast Gas
, the U.S. Department of Defense
, the U.S. Department of Justice
, the Federal Bureau of Investigation
and post-secondary academic leadership around the world-from China to the Mississippi Delta.
, an entrepreneur is also the President and CEO of African Bean Company
, the home of ROOTS JAVA--an African-American owned national coffee brand.
signature brand of ROOTS JAVA is imported from the country of Rwanda where Rwandans are smiling once again.
According to Taulbert
, "Every sip of our savory brand places another smile on the face of a Rwandan child."
The Chair Academy - 2012 International Leadership Conference
is one of America's leading thought-leaders on the "Power of Community" and views community in the workplace as a powerful leadership asset.
was chosen by CNN
at the turn of the millennium to represent one of the voices of 'Community.'
Taulbert, a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a Trustee for the University of Tulsa (Tulsa, Oklahoma) has been
recognized by Time Magazine
as one of the nations outstanding Entrepreneurs.
participated in the
start-up of many companies, including being a member of the initial team that introduced Stair Master Exercise Systems to the world.
He is also a former banker and advisory board member for Bank-One, now J. P. Morgan Chase, and currently serves as a Board member for ONB Bank and Trust in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Prior to his
present role as a highly sought after seminar leader and keynote speaker, Taulbert
, in 1989, gained international recognition with the publication of the best selling memoir, Once Upon A Time When We Were Colored, which became a major motion picture and has been excerpted in middle school literature books throughout America.
In addition to the Pulitzer-nominated, Last Train North which followed, Taulbert also authored several nationally recognized picture books for children and the widely acclaimed, Eight Habits of the Heart-- the principles which serve as the foundation for his company.
believes that the Eight Habits of the Heart are essential for developing Leadership, Embracing Diversity, Mentoring and Delivering Commitment and Collaboration among teams.
also conveys to audiences around the world his
very positive interpretations of bringing Respect, Affirmation and Inclusion into the corridors of the world's businesses through leadership that seeks to 'Brings Others Along' - Resulting in a workplace that builds and sustains personal fulfillment and greater productivity.
Now, this powerful message has made its way to the education arena through his
most recent publication, Eight Habits of the Heart for Educators.
In less than six-months, the book became a National Best Seller
It has also been awarded the USABookNews, 2006 Book of the Year Award for K12 Educators.
As a Keynote Speaker, Executive Workshop Facilitator and Leadership Seminar Leader, Taulbert
powerful and timeless concepts to television audiences world-wide and to such clients as:
will be presenting their
Second General Session - Keynote Speaker: Clifton Taulbert
12. SECOND KEYNOTE - Clifton Taulbert
President and CEO, Freemount Corporation
Clifton Taulbert was born on the Mississippi Delta during the era of legal segregation where he completed his secondary education.
Though opportunities were few and barriers were plentiful, Taulbert
managed to dream of being successful, not knowing the shape that success would take.
Today Taulbert is the President and CEO of the Freemount Corporation
(a human capital development company) serving clients nationally and internationally-Fortune 500 Companies, small businesses, federal agencies, professional organizations, community colleges and K-12
Additionally, entrepreneur Taulbert is the President and CEO of Roots Java Coffee-an African-American
owned national coffee brand, importing coffee from Africa.
To pass his
life lessons along, Taulbert
entrepreneurial journey with others as a Thrive15.com mentor.