Member Since 2021
Brig Sorber is a dynamic speaker and author of Moving Forward: A Stickman's Journey for Hope and Meaning. Brig is part of the founding family of Two Men and a Truck, the largest franchised moving company in North America. He worked his way up from being the first of two movers alongside his brother, to president and CEO. This journey and experience gave him a unique leadership philosophy and led him to write a book designed to show those who feel they don’t have the pedigree, diploma, or energy how to take charge of their lives and move forward. Brig has been a guest instructor for the institute for Biblical Business and Entrepreneurship as well as a speaker at the Busch School of Business at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He is a current member of the Board of Visitors of the Cameron School of Business at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas and has provided board leadership for many other organizations: the Detroit chapter of YPO (Young Presidents Organization), St. Vincent Catholic Charities, Volunteers of America, and Business Leaders for Michigan. He is also a founding member and past President of the Lansing Chapter of Legatus. Brig lives in Haslett, Michigan with his wife Fran and has three children and three grandchildren.
By taking the time to determine which corporate values resonate with your business and then implementing them into your day-to-day, you can create a strong company culture.
There are three things to keep in mind to help your business scale and ultimately reach its full potential.
I want to empower leaders at any company — from a startup to a department within a large business — to establish corporate values, create mission and vision statements and then implement them in your day-to-day workflows.
Make it a point at least once a day to reflect on what you enjoyed and why.
A sought-after speaker who audiences love for his colorful metaphors, direct candor, and relatable humor; Brig frequently speaks at organizations such as CBMC (Christian Business Men’s Connection) and Legatus. Audiences leave inspired by how his story of faith and hardships motivated him to embrace his talents and lead a more meaningful life.