“As the owner of a consulting firm, the author of four books and an established businessman with more than 30 years of experience, I’ve encountered the highs and lows of the business world. Through these valleys and peaks, I’ve built a leadership process for building value. I invite you to reach out to talk about how to strategically strengthen and grow your business.”
With more than 30 years of experience in the business realm, Martin O’Neill has acquired the perspective and depth of experience needed to guide leaders in both industry and the public sector. He is the author of “Next Generation Leaders,” (a 2016 Foreword INDIES Winner), “The Power of an Internal Franchise,” “Building Business Value,” and “Act Like an Owner.”
After facilitating more than 100 meetings and planning sessions with companies including Boeing, Constellation Energy and Northrop Grumman, O’Neill created a 12-course online leadership development program, “Next Generation Leaders.”
In addition to his consulting work, O’Neill also advises and coaches a number of regional CEOs through his role as the principal of The Alternative Board (TAB-BWI).
O’Neill began his career as an intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force. During the course of his career, Martin has founded technology-based companies, led two IT Services firms through successful acquisitions, and led a business unit for a Fortune 50 company.
As unit director for Boeing Space Systems for the Maryland, Virginia and D.C. regions, O’Neill was responsible for merging the heritage Conquest business with two Boeing entities to create a customer-focused business area. While positioning Boeing for large system integration efforts, O’Neill completed Boeing’s extensive executive program at the Boeing Leadership Center.
O’Neill will help you take an honest look at your company’s strengths and weaknesses as well as provide you the tools necessary to increase earnings and value.
In his role as chief executive officer for the boutique consulting firm Canal Bridge Consulting, O’Neill designed and delivered the New York State’s Leadership Alignment Project for the new 2,000-person Office for Technology.
Leveraging his business expertise in his role as president and CEO of CTX Corporation, O’Neill transitioned the company from a general systems integration firm to an E-business intelligence company. With specific offerings in the business-to-business e-space, CTX was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the country. In his last year of service, O’Neill leveraged a management buyout of CTX, writing the strategic plan and facilitating negotiations.
O’Neill has an MBA from Loyola College and serves on the board of directors for several area organizations.
He resides in Annapolis with his wife and their three children.