Steven Lam is a visionary who’s quest to unlock the key to personal greatness inspired the creation of the Glab. His vast interests in neuroscience and the optimization process has led to development the Personal Greatness Index App and the Clutch Index App. His relentless research has resulted in the implementation of the iHATS © training program, designed to target regions of our brain networks responsible for the flight or fight response and enhance one’s ability to read the scenario correctly, react quickly, and execute properly. Steven is also the Managing Director of Leigh and Mae Venture Consulting focusing on education and life science sectors.
Brian Daccord is the Special Assistant to the General Manager of the Arizona Coyotes and the Founder of Stop It Goaltending. A former Goaltending Coach of the Boston Bruins and scout for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Brian always felt there was more to offer aspiring athletes than traditional training. His book “Hockey Goaltending” has sold over 40,000 copies worldwide and he holds a Masters Degree in Sports Science. Along with his role in the Glab, Brian is an advisor for Sense Arena, a leading virtual reality app for goaltenders.
Co Founder/ Head of Sport Psychology
Bret Gilmour is a Mental Performance Consultant who works with elite athletes and other performers to enhance mental skills, increase resiliency, and help in achieving one’s personal greatness. Bret received his Master’s Degree from Boston University in Counseling with a specialization in Sport Psychology. He has been crucial in developing the Personal Greatness Index App and the Clutch Index App as well as establishing the training protocols for the Glab. Bret also worked hand in hand with Steven Lam in developing the iHATS © training program.
Michael Maggio is a retired professional lacrosse player with a lifetime of experience within the sports industry. The founder of Maggio Sports, a sports consulting company, Michael works with athletes, teams, and community organizations to help reach goals and grow through sports. Michael received a Bachelors degree from Lasell College in communication with a concentration in marketing and public relations.