Byron follows a deep personal sense of direction and challenges existing methods. He suggests new ways of doing things to increase effectiveness. He sees the big picture and communicates it to others.
Byron solves new problems quickly and directly, and I get to the bottom line without hesitation. He is an adventurous, in-charge, and self-reliant risk-taker.
Byron does his homework and has a high degree of curiosity about many areas. He enjoys learning for learning’s sake, and is competent in the things he chooses to do.
I am motivated by Freedom and Knowledge, I work in Reflective and Decisive ways, and my ideal work allows for New Solutions and Variety.
I love Humantelligence because it provides me with an incredibly accurate picture of what peak performance looks like for me and for my clients. Plus, through the Humantelligence Talent Portal, Humantelligence empowers my clients to assess, select and develop their critical top talent faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Byron is currently a Strategic Partner for Humantelligence and the Managing Principal of I-Woven. An organization and leadership development firm, I-Woven works with companies of all sizes that want a more engaged and productive workforce. Byron's lifelong passion is helping people build more self awareness and deliver amazing performance.
Being both highly technical as well as people oriented, Byron's first job involved being a liaison between engineering departments to help increase communication, understanding and effectiveness. After leaving his aerospace engineering career, Byron joined a management consulting firm where he honed his problem-solving and people-development skills. Over the years, management consulting has given Byron the opportunity to work with many Fortune 500 clients on motivating and developing their leaders at all levels.
Byron holds a Bachelor of Arts from Southwestern College and a Master of Arts from Biola University. He lives and works from the San Diego area of California where he loves walking his dog Zeke and can't get enough March Madness.