Hank Wasiak

Hank Wasiak is a communications industry leader who has worked with the corporate elite of global businesses. He is the co-founder of The Concept Farm, best selling author, teacher, key note speaker, 14 time Emmy nominated TV Producer, and three time Emmy award winning television host and a Reiki Master.

Hank retired as Vice Chairman of McCann Erickson and served on that company's board managing McCann's largest global clients. Hank was President of London based Geers Gross Advertising and President of Ketchum Communications. Hank also was President of Brown Forman's Jos. Garneau Division, COO of Somerset Importers, and EVP of Charles of the Ritz. He now serves on the National and Founder’s Affiliate Boards of The American Heart Association.

Hank teamed up with Dr. Kathryn D. Cramer, Ph.D., author and business consultant, to create one of today’s most innovative and powerful business - self help book series based on Asset-Based Thinking. Running Press has published three books in the series….Change The Way You See Everything, Change The Way You See Yourself and Change The Way You See Everything – For Teens.

Hank is executive producer and host of The Concept Farm’s Emmy award TV show "Cool In Your Code" and he won three consecutive New York Emmys for his on camera performances in his innovative interview Series, "Back on The Block" and “Code Read”.

Hank has also had extensive experience teaching Marketing Communications at a number of prestigious Universities. Hank currently teaches in the graduate school at USC’s Marshall School of Business. He has held an Adjunct Assistant Professorship at Pace University, and has taught at Eckerd College, the University of South Florida and the University of Louisville.

Hank holds a Bachelors degree in Advertising from Pace University and an MBA from the Baruch School of Business.

For more information, please visit hankwasiak.com.

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Focus On What’s In The Glass

Is the glass half full or half empty? I am 66 years old and have been blessed to have a good life, a wonderful family and a pretty successful career. At age 60 I discovered Asset-Based Thinking and since then I have found more meaning in work, determination, personal fulfillment, confidence and humility than I could ever have imagined. As I contemplated what’s ahead, I found it rewarding to look back through the lens of Asset-Based Thinking (ABT) and imagine the upside of the future. What ABT has shown me is that the glass is neither half full nor half… Read more.