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Instructors

 The greatest asset on any team is its people, and our team is no exception. Glengarry instructors are all currently serving or retired soldiers. Many of them are Special Forces or Airborne qualified, but they all share one thing in common and that is an intimate understanding of what makes a leader tick. It is an understanding that can only be gained through years of teaching and assessing elite leaders.





 Dean Hohl - was a three time volunteer; volunteering to serve in the US Army, volunteering for Airborne training in Ft. Benning GA, and volunteering for the elite US Army Ranger School. In 1989 he participated in Operation Just Cause, parachuting onto a hostile Panamanian airstrip he spearheaded the removal of Manuel Noriega . Dean served for four years as a Ranger. Following that he worked in management and training with Honeywell. Dean is now the cofounder of Leading Concepts, a program that combines the Ranger philosophy with team-building initiatives, providing thousands of corporate clients with an unparalleled experience designed to access leadership skills and build strong team morale.
 Craig Buckle - joined the Canadian Forces in January of 1985. In 1987 he obtained his basic para qualifications. Upon completion he was assigned to the Canadian Airborne Brigade as a member of the armoured recce troop. During his tenure with the Airborne Craig logged over 100 airborne drops and deployed on a UN mission to Cyprus. Upon his return he attended leadership training at the PPCLI Battle School in Wainwright Alberta and took his first role as an instructor in 2001 at the Combat Training Centre CFB Gagetown. Over the past seven years he has worked as an instructor for the tactics school, infantry school and Atlantic Training Centre teaching and assessing leadership capabilities at all levels.
 Paul McIntyre - joined the Canadian Forces in May of 1984. He was promoted rapidly to a leadership position. As Regimental Sergeant Major for the 48th Highlanders of Canada he has responsibility for the development of leadership throughout the Regiment. He has served as an instructor at the RCR, and 32 CBG Battle School where he taught and assessed leaders at all levels. He is a five time winner of the Eaton Award for the Top Infantry NCO. Paul is an nationally ranked athlete and has competed for Canada internationally winning medals in shooting and swimming. Paul is now the founder of Evolutionary Fitness and provides elite fitness training to numerous corporate clients.
 Shane Dozier - was a three time volunteer; volunteering to serve in the US Army, volunteering for Airborne training in Ft. Benning GA, and volunteering for the elite US Army Ranger School. In 1989 he participated in Operation Just Cause, parachuting onto a hostile Panamanian airstrip he spearheaded the removal of Manuel Noriega . Shane is now the cofounder of Leading Concepts, a program that combines the Ranger philosophy with team-building initiatives, providing thousands of corporate clients with an unparalleled experience designed to access leadership skills and build strong team morale.