Speaker Bio

Tracy Skousen
Tracy Skousen
Senior Partner, President International
Partners In Leadership
Temecula, CA

With over 20 years of experience in the leadership development and consulting industry, Tracy stands as a Senior Partner and the President International for Partners In Leadership. As a distinguished expert in the fields of workplace accountability and organizational culture, he has helped leaders of organizations from around the globe overcome tough business challenges. Tracy is also the co-author of Fix It: Getting Accountability Right, the long-anticipated sequel to The Oz Principle.

Tracy has assisted organizations throughout the world to achieve Key Results in countries such as Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Jamaica, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

Throughout his career, he has facilitated executive and management teams with such prominent organizations as Abbot, ADP, Alcatel-Lucent, American Airlines, Amer Sports, Audatex, BP, Brinker International, California Pizza Kitchen, Clorox, Cox Communications, Credit Suisse, DSM, Farmer John, Internal Revenue Service, Johnson Controls, Kellogg, Marriot, McCormick, McDonald’s, Merck, Microsoft, Petronas, Pfizer, Philips, Precor, QVC, Red Robin, Roche, Turner Broadcasting System, UnitedHealth Group, and Ventana.

Notably, he teamed up with Hormel to implement the Partners In Leadership training to assist them in achieving their goal of one billion dollars in new product sales. Significantly, this milestone was achieved over one-year ahead of schedule and provides further evidence that greater accountability produces results!

Tracy has been a keynote speaker for numerous organizations and has been the primary speaker for Precor and LTP for over 10 years. He has also conducted presentations and speaking engagements for ATD, CIO conferences, at HSM (a global leadership conference in Mexico City), and at a leadership conference sponsored by ICAN, the publisher of the Harvard Business Review in Poland. Tracy received his bachelor of science from Brigham Young University in international relations and is fluent in the Spanish language.