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Game Changer CoachingGame Changer CoachingLeadership Development Contact: Rennie Curran
Rennie is a former professional athlete, keynote speaker, author, and the CEO of Game Changer Coaching whose mission is to help business professionals and elite athletes reach their fullest potential through personal development workshops and one-on-one coaching in order to improve leadership and career performance. Key areas of expertise include leadership effectiveness, building effective teams, strategic planning, mental toughness, conflict resolution, overcoming adversity, diversity and inclusion, and personal branding.
Rennie is the author of Free Agent: Intangible Assets For Overcoming Adversity and Times of Transition (April 2013) and What Does It Take To Be A Star?(August 2017), which he co-authored with his beautiful 10 year old daughter, Eleana Curran. Both of his motivational self-help books discuss personal developement topics such as the importance of leadership, character, and resilience. His books have been used as an educational resource in several schools across the southeast.
Rennie completed his Bachelor of Business Administration from University of Georgia and received his personal development coaching certification from the Life Purpose Institute. Rennie’s passion for leadership and performance includes in depth studies and analysis of what works for business professionals, companies, and elite athletes who are branded by their level of excellence.
Curran’s widely renowned athletic and business career has allowed him to give back to the Liberian community, supporting educational and social institutions. At the same time, he promotes goodwill and continues to build positive relationships by working with many non-profit organizations in the Atlanta Area including the Boys and Girls Club, MAP international, Boys Scouts of America, and the CETA Foundation.
Curran has also found success in other fields. He is a musician who grew up playing the piano, drums, and viola. When he’s not speaking or coaching, Curran spends lots of time with his family, especially his daughter Eleana, passing on his wisdom and love to her.