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Shane Cragun
Founder/Managing Partner

Shane Cragun

Shane is CEO and Founding Principal of SweetmanCragun Group, a global leadership development firm. His writing, client work, and keynotes focus on leadership, disruption, strategy, and change. 

Referred to as a disruption guru, Shane has a deep understanding of the Digital Age and how individuals, teams, and organizations can achieve excellence in tumultuous times.

He is co-author of Reinvention: Accelerating Results in the Age of Disruption. It received the International Book Award and Enterprise Ireland listed it as one of the "best business books, ever." 

Earlier in his career, Shane was an internal OD consultant at National Semiconductor and an executive over the delivery division at FranklinCovey. 

Shane is co-authoring a book in 2019 titled Leadership 3.0. He's assembling a team of 150 global advisors from 40 countries and 40 industries as part of a 2-year next-gen leadership study.

Select clients are: Honda, NASA, McKesson, HPE, Motel 6, Citigroup, KLM, Merck, ABK Bank Kuwait-Egypt, Yale University, Kaiser Permanente, Wells Fargo, KPMG, Mobil Refinery, Shea Homes, and the Yokosuka Japan U.S. Naval Shipyard Facility. He's worked with clients in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Australia, UAE, Africa, Mexico, Turkey, and the U.S. 

Shane contributes to Harvard Business Review. He's been featured in Forbes, Success, India Daily News, Entrepreneur, CEO, Quality Digest, Canadian Business Journal, SHRM, National Law Review, European Business News, DukeCE Dialogue, Nelson Mandela University Library, and the Chinese Europe International Business School. 

He was recently shortlisted for Thinkers50, mentors International Fellows at MIT's Legatum School of Entrepreneurship, and is a member of the Future of Talent Institute.

Shane's passion is to eventually use his work to help solve the unsolvable problems facing humanity. 

He graduated with his BA and MBA from Brigham Young University, speaks Russian, and resides in London.