The Admired Executive


Anton Gunn knows what it means to empower individuals and organizations. With forward-thinking ideas and enterprising approaches, he has helped diverse and dynamic leaders turn perpetual problems into progressive solutions. His elite experience and cutting-edge analysis make him the world’s leading authority on Socially Conscious Leadership.

Leadership Can Make
or Break an Organization

$ 100 B
The estimated cost of employee turnover due to toxic culture.
0 %
of people who quit their jobs cite "unfair treatment" as their reason for leaving.
$ 1 B
The estimated yearly cost of physician burnout and reduced productivity in the US healthcare system.
Leaders and managers have the important responsibility of engaging and inspiring their employees, achieving quality service, and setting the tone for a great company culture.

In other words, leaders have the opportunity to MAKE THINGS RIGHT, but 95% of them fail to do so.

That failure is unfair to employees, patients, and the bottom line. Unfairness infiltrates organizations when leaders are unaware or ineffective on the fundamentals of a Just Culture. The reality is that 95% of leaders are stuck within a social conscious construct that leads to unfairness and injustice when it comes to their employees, teams, and workplace culture.


High Turnover Rates
Low performing teams
Poor decision making
Reduced earnings and overall success

Companies desperately need the tools, resources, and strategies to solve the root problems that leaders face and eventually embrace and create a world-class workplace culture with high performing teams and great leaders who everyone admires. 

This is where our 7 Behaviors that
Build World Class Culture come in.

Keynotes that Build World Class Culture

See why Bestselling Author and International Leadership Speaker Anton Gunn is the perfect choice to keynote your next event.

expand your leadership thinking

“Whether you are a front line employee or an executive leader, his presentation will expand your leadership thinking, and leave you with a new perspective on your personal and professional life.”

President/Chief Executive Officer, Great Lakes Bay
Health Centers

tangible actions they can take

 “Anton not only inspired the crowd but also gave them tangible actions they can take to make the most of diversity within health care teams to improve their departments. 

S.R., Director of Education
Association for the
Healthcare Environment

a role model for today’s healthcare leaders

“Anton is a role model for today’s healthcare leaders and continues to disrupt the industry with fresh perspective and innovative approaches.”

T.R.B., Director of Learning & Development
Methodist Health System

Consulting to build admired executives within your organization.

As a healthcare system you know that optimal outcomes are signs of success. Ensuring that your leaders are trained and developed to build world-class culture is critical to influencing those outcomes.  Anton collaborates with you to identify which of the 7 behaviors would make all the difference for your leaders and employees that will build a world-class culture of optimal outcomes. 


free video course:

4 Steps to a World Class Workplace Culture

Imagine, becoming the leader who transforms workplace culture in just 4 steps...

From years of experience and insight, Anton Gunn knows what healthy, world-class workplaces cultures look like. More importantly, he knows how to achieve them. Leaders want a strategy to cultivate a culture that creates engaged employees, low turnover, increases optimal outcomes, and deepens impact. But leaders are busy and carry a lot of responsibility. Thats why Anton has developed  simple, implementable strategy that will set the foundation for your organizational culture—taking it from status quo to state of the art.

The Presidential Principles

This empowering book helps leaders develop effective leadership practices that inspire service and build a lasting impact on the people they lead. 

It dives deep into each of the 7 principles that only the best leaders exemplify. It will help you learn positive leadership traits that will allow you to impact your organization the way the President has an impact on America.

On the Blog

Leading Through Crisis
Breanna Browning

What To Do When Your Team Is Overworked

I know it’s pretty crazy right now.  
After this past year, your team is at its breaking point.  
They’ve been overworked and overwhelmed for a very long time. 
You’ve been doing your best to try to tell them to keep putting forward the effort, keep pushing, keep getting stuff done.  
But at this point, your team is at a breaking point.  
They’re facing burnout.  
They will go into a crisis mode.  
They will start to act out.  
You don’t want that kind of behavior.  
So, the best thing you can do is try to reduce the workload of your team.  
You’re probably struggling with this because you know there are more demands on you and your team. 
Now, EVERYONE is overworked and overwhelmed. 
But know this; when everybody starts to hit their breaking point, you’re going to lose revenue. 
You’re going to lose productivity.  
It can create an unsafe work environment that could be very dangerous to everybody that you’re trying to serve.  
You’ve got to avoid this at all costs. 
Here are a few things you can do to reduce this feeling. 

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Breanna Browning

How To Clone Yourself

You’ve got way too much work to do and not enough time to get it done.   Your boss is coming in and asking you for answers to questions that he asked you two weeks ago.  But you haven’t gotten

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Breanna Browning

When The People You Love Don’t Support Your Dreams

I know it can be a little disconcerting when the person that you care about the most or the people that you love don’t seem to be invested in your professional career.

They don’t seem to care about the work that you’ve been so passionate about your entire life.

We have our own passions, and our partners and the people that we care about have other passions.

It can feel very lonely and even debilitating.

You can feel unsupported.

This can lead to isolation at home.

You feel like you’re in it by yourself and start to think, “Why do I even need to have them in my life if they don’t care about what I do?”

You’re trying to build a future for them.

You want them interested and invested, but they can’t see the forest before the trees.

This can make you resentful and break up your family in ways that you never thought it could.

How do you address this situation?

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