Throughout his career, Robert “Bo” Brabo has always focused on the people, helping them tackle their challenges as if they were his own. Since retiring from the U.S. Army as the Chief of HR Operations with the White House Communications Agency and as a Presidential Communications Officer for President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama, Bo has served in several executive positions, and today Bo is an inspirational keynote speaker, leadership coach, and CEO / Founder of Hail Media Group Ltd & The Brabo Center of Excellence.

Bo previously co-founded a consulting agency that assisted government contractors in HR strategies and contract proposal efforts.

Bo received his MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and is committed to lifelong learning and sharing, to make us all stronger.
  •  06/11/2020 09:45

Isaiah 41:10: So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

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  •  06/10/2020 17:00

Building and demonstrating a character of kindness and respect towards all is like a smile… it’s contagious.

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  •  05/25/2020 10:00

We all have our competencies, or strengths, and they’re exactly what we put our arms around in a bear hug like fashion when making leadership decisions. The double-down leader cannot let go of this warm and fuzzy comfort zone because it feels good. It feels right! Might that just be a sign of pride?

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  •  04/09/2020 20:25

The COVID19 leadership crisis rages on. Organizations, small to large, for profit to non-profit, have been involuntarily thrown into the deep end of uncertainty… to say the least.

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  •  03/22/2020 10:32

PEDL is meant to invoke action, to elicit desired behaviors, and drive alignment between personal and organizational core values. Unless we PEDL, we coast and crash!

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  •  02/20/2020 11:00

I wanted to share stories that showed what it takes to get through tough times, tough challenges, perform in austere environments, as well as those environments wherein my teams were simply expected to perform with zero defects.

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