TEC Canada CEO and KEY EXECUTIVE Chair
Toronto and Area, ON
“Success is truly individual and can be achieved by surrounding yourself with people you trust and who trust you. It’s the result of your persistent pursuit of what you want most in life.”
Guiding people and organizations towards excellence is a key focus for Brian Brennan, both in his career and as a TEC Chair. With over twenty-five years of business experience, he understands the challenges facing leaders today, developing creative solutions and strategic plans that deliver results and foster profit generation.
Having held a variety of executive positions in the manufacturing and product distribution industries over the years, Brian knows what is required to build individuals and teams through acquisition integrations, operational restructuring and stalled initiatives.
Brian specializes in the development of leadership teams and individuals, focusing on initiatives that take personal and organizational performance to higher levels. In 2005, he founded Max Potential, a business that provides mentoring, executive coaching and facilitation consulting services. The organization’s focus is to help businesses achieve a strong return on investment by inspiring and guiding people. Brian’s business focus compliments his role as TEC Chair.
His TEC group members can draw upon his track-record of specific initiatives such as computer system selection and implementations, business process improvements, business operational turnaround, personal leadership development, management team building, professional sales training and mentoring strategic growth in small and medium enterprises.
TEC Group Vision
To provide a productive environment that encourages leaders to ask and answer tough questions that ultimately move each other forward.
- Married for over 32 years with three children
- Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Consultant
- Active volunteer for local charitable and non-profit organizations
- Avid golfer and tennis nut; enjoys summer fishing on a good bass lake