Tim Noonan’s Blog

About Tim Noonan

A dynamic leader on all accounts, Tim Noonan is not only the President and Chief Executive Officer at Lockton Pacific Series, he’s also an active member of a global community of chief executives and leaders. Throughout his work, he’s committed to public service, corporate governance, and educational advancement.

Alongside his work in insurance, Tim practices his core belief that life’s chief obligation is service to others. As a result, he works actively with several organizations. He’s worked with the Young Presidents Organization for more than two decades – an organization where he’s held numerous roles throughout his time. Additionally, Tim is a Board Member of the Town Hall Los Angeles, one of the top 10 leadership forums in the nation. He’s also advised on several public committees and commissions, including The California State Athletic Commission, the Rampart Independent Review Panel, and the Workers’ Compensation Task Force.

For the latest updates from Tim Noonan, check out his website! http://timnoonan.us/

  • My First Blog Post

    October 29, 2019 by

    Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

  • Important Soft Skills for Success at Work

    December 12, 2019 by

    For years the focus of hiring was on individuals that possessed strong technical skills and expertise in their respective fields. Now, interpersonal skills are leading the way into the future: the priority recently is to screen job candidates for soft skills. Also known as emotional intelligence (EQ), soft skills help to set people apart. Unlike “hard” skills,… Read more

  • Four Questions to Develop Your Leadership Skills

    December 12, 2019 by

    A fundamental way for a business professional to develop leadership skills is to honestly assess himself or herself and to address areas in need of improvement. Part of the self-assessment can be completed by answering the following questions: Who or What Can Help Me Develop My Skills? No one is good at everything so leaders should check… Read more

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