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Jason Schreuder


Industry Experience & Specializations

  • IT/Engineering/Development
  • Leadership and Team Development
  • Facilitation of leadership, team and board development
  • Executive development program facilitation
  • Problem Solving
  • Conflict Resolution and Negotiation

OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • manufacturing
  • healthcare
  • higher education
  • financial services

From executing airfield seizures in the military to guiding organizational transformations in fintech, Jason leverages over 15 years of challenging and diverse leadership experience to support leaders and their teams to thrive in ambiguity and discover better ways of working. 

As a former Army officer turned technology leader, Jason has a broad array of experiences working with high performing hierarchies around the globe and cutting-edge operating systems. From his military service, he brings battlefield proficiency in mission command - the art of guiding an organization and leading leaders with a purpose-driven framework of intent and relentlessly improving the way teams collaborate, plan and execute.  

His corporate roles enabled Jason to develop operational aptitude in manufacturing, healthcare, higher education, and financial services in the spaces of organizational development, systems theory, leader development and change. He led multiple organizations through organizational transformations, redesigning operating models to be more product and customer focused.  His experience proves that organizations work better and thrive when leaders engage in passionate pursuit of their purpose, provide clarity, and trust, and create the conditions for adaptable systems that sense-and-respond to a complex world.

Jason lives with his beautiful and talented wife, with three elementary school aged children in Apex, NC (just outside of Raleigh).  I love spending time with my family exploring everything this wonderful area has to offer, from the outer banks to the blue ridge mountains.  We also love cooking and eating as a family. I try to read (or have books read to me) as much as I am able.  I also try to find time to windsurf, mountain bike, and when I can get my hands on a DIY house project I love to lean in and build/fix something.  

Proudest Professional Achievement and Why?
Leading five organizational transformations, the most recent of which was a comprehensive, end-to-end redesign of the cultural operating system, with new roles, new ways of working, and a transparent system of objectives, measures, and work to drive accountability and improve team and organizational effectiveness   

Proudest Personal Achievement and Why?
My magnificent family. I have an amazing spouse and three wonderful children, all elementary-school aged.  We spend lots of time outdoors, hiking, boating, having bonfires in the backyard, and taking long walks around the neighborhood. Nurturing their growth and development into healthy, happy, and productive people is my greatest joy in life. 

Three words someone else would use to describe me:
Organized, Driven, Builder

I consider a day a success if:
I have taken the time to appreciate what I have around me, even if just for a moment, and do something good for someone else. 

The toughest challenge I’ve ever faced is:
Transitioning from the military after over a decade of service, redesigning a career and learning new skills as a corporate leader

Favorite Quote:
“If you treat an individual as he is, he will stay as he is, but if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become what he ought to be and could be.” - Goethe