Lon Langston created Engaged Banker eXperience for you.
Lon has been studying and practically applying management and leadership since college. In 2010, he began to study behavioral economics. Over time, that expanded to all behavioral science, including the neurology and physiology that are inevitably linked.
Lon excelled in management and leadership positions at several companies and non-profits. In 2004, he started his own business.
From an idea in his head, with no customers, no employees, and no facilities or equipment, Lon built a successful company, with $21 million in revenue, 64 employees, 80,000 square feet of cold storage and production, which sourced, packed, sold, and shipped 1.2 million pounds of fresh produce every week, in the southeastern United States and Caribbean. Lon successfully sold his produce company, in its eleventh year.
Lon left the produce industry to make a larger positive impact, by using behavioral science to give people concrete information and tools to pursue their potential. He did this through executive coaching, executive group facilitation, and corporate training, and as Executive in Residence at Clayton State University’s College of Business, and as a guest lecturer at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business. In 2016, Lon became Culture Curator for Heritage Bank and, subsequently, Chief People Officer for Heritage Southeast Bank (a holding company, which owns Heritage Bank, Providence Bank, and The Heritage Bank).
After developing a unique set of evidence-based tools and techniques, and molding them to community banking, Lon began offering Engaged Banker eXperience to all community banks.
- 34 Years in Business 100% 100%
- 30 Years in Management 63% 63%
- 12 Years applying Behavioral Science 30% 30%
“Lon has amplified his successes by skillfully guiding others to reach their own full potential.”
“I learned more working with Lon than anyone else, including professors throughout college and direct managers.”
“I am amazed at the breadth of material, but more, the depth to which Lon took us within each topic.”
“Thought-provoking and insightful. Lon challenges listeners to better understand themselves. He has good slides too!”