Brian D. Molitor is the CEO of Molitor International, a consulting and training company with nearly 30 years of experience serving clients throughout the world. His book, The Power of Agreement, has helped thousands of people identify the vision, mission, core values, and operating principles of their organizations. His most recent book, Win Win Win was released in the fall of 2007. His training courses, Leadership that Lasts, Barriers to Bridges, and Team Problem Solving have helped hundreds of organizations reach their highest potential, including those in business, healthcare, government, ministry, and local churches.
Brian is also the Founder of the Malachi Global Foundation, a non-profit organization that exists to turn the hearts of fathers to the children and the hearts of children to their fathers. Malachi Global Foundation utilizes retreats, conferences, seminars, and teaching materials to equip fathers and other mentors with the tools needed to love and disciple the next generation.
Brian has written numerous books, training manuals, and articles on the subjects of business success, leadership, fatherhood, rites of passage, mentoring, blessing, and how to build positive interpersonal relationships. His writings have appeared in magazines such as the Christian Businessman, Ethos, and the Godly Businesswoman, and in newspapers around the world. His first book on parenting was entitled A Boy’s Passage. In 2004, Brian’s second book, Boy’s Passage-Man’s Journey, was released both in the US and France. Girl’s Passage-Father’s Duty was released in the spring of 2007.
Brian has produced and hosted numerous television programs that have aired in Africa, the United Kingdom, Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, South America, Canada, and the United States. He has most recently been the executive producer of a youth-oriented reality television show called TheDRIVEtv. He has been a featured guest on US radio talk shows, including Parent Talk with Dr. Randy Carlson.
For many years, Mr. Molitor has been the keynote speaker at business conferences, retreats, corporate meetings, and church services, worldwide. In 1987, he became the pastor of a statewide prison ministry, where he served for five years. He also spent two years as the director of a residential camp for disadvantaged youth.
Brian and his wife, Kathleen, have been married for over twenty-eight years and have four children. They reside in Midland, Michigan.
“For the past 30 years, our vision has remained the same – to build bridges and tear down barriers so that human beings can achieve excellence in their communities, organizations, families and personal lives. We do so by unleashing the incredible power found in agreement.”
- Brian D. Molitor