Henry Lescault

Henry Lescault

Untouchable Leadership and Executive Coaching LLC

Henry J. Lescault PO Box 2246 Merrifield, VA 22116 (704) 401-8389 (Home/Cell) HLJoseph@mac.com   EXPERIENCE: President/CEO...

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Henry Lescault
Henry Lescault - Motivational Speaker

Untouchable Leadership and Executive Coaching LLC

Henry J. Lescault PO Box 2246 Merrifield, VA 22116 (704) 401-8389 (Home/Cell) HLJoseph@mac.com   EXPERIENCE: President/CEO...

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Washington, DC

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Henry Lescault

Untouchable Leadership and Executive Coaching LLC

Henry J. Lescault PO Box 2246 Merrifield, VA 22116 (704) 401-8389 (Home/Cell) HLJoseph@mac.com   EXPERIENCE: President/CEO...

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Washington, DC

For more information about booking Henry Lescault,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/HenryLescault/
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Biography

Henry J. Lescault

PO Box 2246
Merrifield, VA 22116
(704) 401-8389 (Home/Cell)
HLJoseph@mac.com  

EXPERIENCE:

President/CEO

UNTOUCHABLE Leadership and Executive Coaching, LLC

Present

As the President and CEO of UNTOUCHABLE Leadership and Executive Coaching LLC – a Coaching, Mediation and Professional Development Company, I am committed to helping people and corporations, to take their teamwork, leadership, presentation and interpersonal skills to the highest level. In my capacity as a Certified Mediator, I specialize in helping others resolve work place conflict in order to address any and all business problems resulting from their conflictive encounters. As a published author, Executive/Leadership Coach and expert in the area of presentation proficiency, personal presence, interpersonal communication, leadership and teamwork, I help others hone their skills in the fine art of executive and multi level leadership, management, and communication aptitude (CA). Utilizing my years of experience as a Professional Speaker, Leader, Manager, Special Agent, Sociologist and Leadership Coach, I employ the delivery of key notes, seminars, training programs, facilitations as well as coaching in both a one on one and group environment to accomplish this task. The word quit is not in my vocabulary, nor is the word impossible.

UNTOUCHABLE Leadership and Executive Coaching has delivered over 2500 presentations and has coached and worked with over 500 different types of companies, organizations and governmental agencies. Henry's presenters, facilitators, and coaches average 4.8 to 5.0 on evaluations and over 90% of Henry's clients have hired his company back. In fact, UNTOUCHABLE Leadership and Executive Coaching has been hired repeatedly by organizations such as the National Institutes of Health, Veterans Department, Archer Daniels Midland, Mayer Brown Law Firm, CDW Corporation, National Association of Homebuilders, Marin County Realtors Association, Hess Construction Company, SAIC, Washington Post, Pennsylvania Cemetery and Funeral Directors Association, the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association, the US Patent Trade Association and many others to deliver leadership, teambuilding, keynote speeches, three-day retreats, and team as well as one on one executive and leadership coaching. Henry's company and Associates are also frequent guests in the media (USA Today, Wall Street Journal, CBS evening news) as well as having experience teaching in academia (i.e. Adjunct Professor Georgetown University).

During his tenure career, Henry has led close to a dozen different teams and has successfully achieved positive results from them all in some cases, Henry has completely turned around and increased morale in offices that were severely deficient in those categories.

In his current capacity as a professional Ombudsman for the Federal Government, Henry brings to the table over 30 years of leadership and business experience, 15 of which he has served in a first line and upper level leadership capacity. In his role as a professional Ombudsman and Certified Mediator, he is responsible for leading and managing the informal and confidential Alternate Dispute Resolution process for his agency’s over five thousand employees. Finally, in his role as a certified Executive and Leadership Coach, Henry brings the solution focused attributes of vision, goal setting, and taking action to every single business encounter.

Henry has served in numerous leadership roles throughout his career as a Special Agent, Ombudsman, Leader/Manager, Executive/Leadership Coach and Professional Certified Mediator, and in doing so has become an expert in the criticality of effective communication, teamwork and leadership. His assorted roles and positions in the workplace have included assignments in assorted offices around the country in both an office and field environment. During his tenured career Henry has led close to a dozen different teams and has successfully achieved positive results from them all. In some cases, Henry has completely turned around and increased production and morale in offices that were severely deficient in those categories. In doing so, Henry has learned invaluable lessons and implemented an assortment of tools and techniques in order to maximize individual and team interaction and the finer points of mastering change management in the career and lives of his clients. With high tension leadership assignments ranging from undercover operations, tactical operations, complex and sophisticated criminal investigations of violent street gangs, firearm traffickers and societies worst of the worst criminals, to management assignments in his agencies Financial Management, Science and Technology, Legislative Affairs and Liaison Divisions, Henry doesn’t know the meaning of the word impossible.

His vast experiences in field situations, where good solid teamwork can “save a life” to the office, where good solid teamwork can “save a company” is vast and filled with colorful and insightful stories and effective exercises in order to entertain while he educates and coaches his audiences/clients. 

In his capacity as an Executive/Leadership Coach, Henry has worked successfully with clients and executives from the Federal Government, United States Military, assorted fortune 500 companies and Law Enforcement Departments from around the country. He has always received accolades and appreciation for his sincere, holistic and tenacious approach to team and individual coaching as well as presentations where he strives to be present and to hold his clients and their stories in the utmost confidence and meaning.

 

Ombudsman (Executive/Leadership Coach, Mediator, Facilitator)

December 2011 to Present

Department of Justice

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)

Total time with ATF: 23 years of honorable service

Security Clearance Level: Top Secret

 

As the Ombudsman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), I am the Chief intermediary between the agency/organization and its five thousand plus employees. In this capacity, I supervise a diverse team of professionals who are responsible for providing confidential, neutral assistance to protect all employees against unfair treatment and help resolve conflicts. Our duties involve the investigation and resolving of complaints, educating employees on their rights and the assorted processes involved within our unique agency, providing confidential coaching and consultations and offering options for conflict resolution. I am also a certified Mediator and trainer, specializing in work place conflict resolution.

 

Division Chief, Liaison Division

November 2009 to December 2011  

Department of Justice                            

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)

Security Clearance Level: Top Secret

 

Duties include the supervision of a diverse group of individuals working in four separate teams to include the Event Planning Team, the Liaison Team, the Correspondence Team and the ATF Historian. My responsibilities include ensuring the bureau’s interests from a liaison standpoint with all foreign embassies in the Washington DC area, all professional law enforcement organizations nationwide, all industry organizations nationwide, the Department of Justice, and the President’s Office of Management Budget. I also oversee all of ATF’s large scale special events as well as all written correspondence bound for other entities, to include Capitol Hill, government agencies and all of the aforementioned bodies under our liaison mission. During my tenure, I also served as the Chairman and Master of Ceremonies for ATF’s Haitian Relief Fund. As a result of our two-week effort, we raised over six thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500.00) in order to assist those individuals in the country of Haiti who have suffered as a result of a devastating earthquake.

 

Bureau Deciding Official

November 2008 to Present

Department of Justice, Collateral Duty (as needed basis)

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

 

Duties include gathering and analyzing relevant information pertaining to infractions of policy and procedure by ATF employees. In this position, reports, documents, and recommendations for disciplinary action are received from ATF’s Professional Review Board and reviewed by me. Once reviewed, I formulate a definitive disciplinary decision relative to that particular employee and the circumstances surrounding their actions. Duties also include hearing and reviewing appeals submitted by employees, as well as testifying before the United States Merit Systems Protection Board.

 

Division Chief, Legislative Affairs Division

November 2008 to November 2009  

Department of Justice

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives         

                                                                                                    

Duties included the supervision of one GS-15 Deputy Division Chief, and numerous GS-14 Congressional Liaison Specialists. In this capacity, I was responsible for ensuring that the bureau’s legislative interests on Capitol Hill were represented assertively and with professional expertise in order to keep ATF and our legislative needs on the forefront as one of America’s leading federal law enforcement agencies.

 

Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC)

February 2005 to November 2008  

Charlotte Field Division (CFD)

Department of Justice

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives     

                                 

Duties included the supervision and oversight of all enforcement, administrative, investigative and operational activities for five of the field division's 10 field offices. As the ASAC, I also oversaw the entire CFD budget and provided counsel to the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) on matters pertaining to operations, staffing, resources and assorted CFD strategies.

 

Group Supervisor, Seattle Field Division

November 2002 to February 2005  

(Arson & Explosives Group)

Department of Justice                                                                                         

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives     

 

In 2003, I was appointed as the Group Supervisor of the field division's Arson and Explosives Group, in which I supervised seven Special Agents (SAs) and one Investigative Assistant. I was responsible for overseeing enforcement operations, personnel issues, and all investigative and administrative matters pertaining to complex arson and explosives investigations. Additionally, I created the first-ever ATF-led Seattle ATF Arson and Explosives Task Force which was comprised of law enforcement officers from several departments in the greater Seattle area.
 

Division Operations Officer, Seattle Field Division          

February 2002 to November 2002  

Department of Justice

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives     

 

In 2002, I was appointed as the Division Operations Officer, supervising all of the operations staff for the entire field division. I also coordinated and supervised the first of its kind large-scale Field Training Exercise (FTX) for the entire division, overseeing 150 plus participants in what turned out to be a very successful training endeavor.
 

Group Supervisor, Seattle Field Division

August 1999 to February 2002         

(Firearms Enforcement Group)     
Department of Justice           

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives     

 

In 1999, I was promoted to the position of Group Supervisor for the Seattle I Firearms Enforcement Field Office (FO). This FO was comprised of eight SAs and one Investigative Assistant. As the supervisor, I was responsible for overseeing enforcement operations, personnel issues, and all investigative and administrative matters. This FO, which was responsible for a multitude of complex firearm related investigations, also doubled as the field division’s Youth Crime Gun Interdiction Initiative (YCGII) group and, as a result, we successfully investigated and prosecuted many cases related to that mission as well.
                                                                                 

Program Manager, Special Operations Division            

October 1997 to August 1999  
Critical Incident Management Branch

ATF Headquarters (HQ)   

Department of Justice                                                         

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives     

 

In 1996, I was promoted to the position of program manager and was responsible for leading all Special Response Team (ATF version of Special Weapons and Tactics SWAT) activities related to training and operations nationwide. This included the oversight of tactical, medical, crisis negotiations, and forward observer (sniper) teams.
 

Project Officer, Special Operations Division

November 1994 to October 1997          

Tactical Response Branch

ATF HQ        

         

In November of 1994, I was transferred to ATF HQ where I created and implemented a first of its kind Operational Medical Support Program. This program is still in existence today and employs a large population of ATF's SA force as nationally certified medics in order to provide training and trauma medicine support to all dangerous high risk enforcement actions requiring such intervention.

 

Special Agent, Boston Field Division

January 1990 to November 1994
Department of Justice

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives  

                                                                                                           

As an agent in the field, I purchased significant amounts of drugs and firearms and worked investigations pertaining to arson and explosives violations.  A large portion of my work dealt with complex conspiracies which, coupled with my experience as a local Detective and a Special Agent (SA) with the Naval Investigative Service, molded me into an experienced investigator, and one of two top case producers in my office.

 

Special Agent, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

April 1989 to December 1989  
Department of Defense

Naval Criminal Investigative Service  

                                                                                   

As a Special Agent for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (then called the Naval Investigative Service) assigned to the Philadelphia Naval Ship Yard, I was assigned to a general criminal investigative group. In this capacity, I conducted investigations related to a host of crimes such as illegal drug trafficking, burglary, and child molestation.

 

Detective, Fall River Police Department

October 1986 to April 1989                          

Fall River, Massachusetts

City of Fall River

                                                                                                              

I began my employment with the Fall River Police Department as a patrolman, working in various areas of the very diverse city of Fall River, MA.  Eventually, I became a member of the department's plain clothes "Tac Unit," and worked a variety of investigations while assigned to that duty.  I was assigned shortly thereafter to the Bristol County Drug Task Force and worked primarily in an undercover capacity all over the county as a "trouble shooter," in order to infiltrate assorted drug trafficking organizations. My methods during this long-term assignment proved very successful, purchasing a host of illegal drugs, guns, and stolen property in an undercover capacity on a regular and steady basis. I was eventually given the designation of Detective and assigned to the Police Department's Major Crimes Detective Bureau, where I was fortunate enough to gain a plethora of experience conducting investigations related to fraud, burglary, and attempted murder.

 

EDUCATION  

Masters Degree – Executive Coaching

McColl School of Business, Queens University, Pending – May 2013

CertificationACC, International Coaching Federation

CertificationProfessional Facilitator, Treasury Executive Institute/August 2012

CertificationMediation and Work Place Conflict, Certified Mediator and Train the Trainer Mediation Training Institute/June 2012

Certification – Meyers Briggs Type I and II (MBTI

American Management Association/CPP, January 2011

Certification - Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO-B)

American Management Association/CPP, January 2011

CertificationLeadership Coaching

Georgetown University, November 2010

CertificationSenior Executive Service Designation

United States Office of Personnel Management, SES Candidacy Program

Bachelor of Science – Sociology/Criminology Concentration

Bridgewater University, September 1987  

Associates Degree – Criminal Justice/Criminology

Bristol Community College, May 1984

 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Peer Support, Advanced Critical Incident Stress Management Training, Advanced Psychological First Aid, Johns Hopkins University (January 2013)

Giving Voice to Values, Treasure Executive Institute (November 2010)

Happiness at Work, Be Resilient, Motivated, and Successful – No Matter What, Treasury Executive Institute (April 2010)

Love Leadership, The New Way To Lead In A Fear Based World, Treasury Executive Institute (March 2010)

Drive, The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, Treasury Executive Institute (February 2010)

Curious, Embracing Uncertainty, Treasury Executive Institute (February 2010)

Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Senior Executive Training Program, 100 Hours (April 2008)

Leading Change - Executive Development Seminar, OPM’s Eastern Management Development Center, 80 Hours (2007)

Leadership Skills for Managers, ATF Leadership Institute, University of Virginia, 40 Hours (2007)

Becoming An Uncommon Leader, Institute for Management Studies, 8 Hours (2004)

Coaching for Success, ATF Leadership Institute, 24 Hours (2004)

Command and Control School, ATF Leadership Institute, 80 Hours (2004)

The Art of Business Negotiation, Institute for Management Studies, 8 Hours (2003)

Leadership Skills for Experienced Supervisors, ATF Leadership Institute, 40 Hours (2003)

Insurance Counsel for Arson Control, Arson Investigation School, 40 Hours (2002)

Advanced Complex Investigations, 80 Hours (2001)

Leadership Skills for New Supervisors, ATF Leadership Institute, 80 Hours (1996)

Peer Support Training, Peer Support Member, Bureau of ATF, 40 hours (1994)

 

AFFILIATIONS

National Speakers Association

Member

International Coaching Federation

Member

National Tactical Officers Association

Member

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association

Member

International Association of Chiefs of Police

Member

ATFA Association

Board of Directors

International Ombudsman Association

Member

United States Ombudsman Association

Member

 

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

2008 – Sustained Superior Performance Award (Leadership/Management)

2008 – Outstanding Performance Rating (Leadership/Management)

2007 – Department of Justice (ATF) Lifesaving Award

2003 – Special Act or Service Award (Leadership/Program Development/Implementation)

1996 – Special Act or Service Award (Leadership/Program Development/Implementation)

 

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Public Speaking: Speed of Trust Facilitation/Training, U.S Department of Justice (March 2013)

Public Speaking:  United States Patent Trade Office, Valuing Teamwork (April 2012)

Public Speaking:  United States Patent Trade Office, Communicating Vision (January 2012)

Public Speaking:  National Telecommunications Cooperative Association Annual Conference (February 2011)

Public Speaking:  Master of Ceremonies, National Law Enforcement Officers Museum breakfast (October 2010)

Public Speaking:  Chairman and Master of Ceremonies, ATF Haitian Relief Campaign (April 2010)

Public Speaking:  US Postal Service, Office of the Inspector General (March 2010)

Public Speaking:  United States Attorney’s Office, Project Safe Neighborhood Conference (2009)

Public Speaking:  ATF Charlotte Field Division Gang Conference (2008)

Public Speaking: ATF Charlotte Field Division Gang Conference (2007)

Public Speaking: Olympic College, Leadership (May 2002)

Public Speaking: ATF Don’t Lie for the Other Guy Firearm Licensee Conference (August 2001)

Public Speaking: ATF Medical Support Instructor/Presenter (1995)

Public Speaking: ATF Medical Support Instructor/Presenter (1994)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (October 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (September 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (August 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (July 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (June 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (May 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (April 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (March 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (February 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Special Response Team Training, Fort McClellan, Alabama (January 1993)

Public Speaking: ATF Boston Field Division Trainer. (1991/1992/1993)

 

Assessment Tool Certifications:

  • Certified in the Meyer’s Briggs Type I and II assessment. (Reports related to organizational effectiveness, communication, conflict management, stress management and teamwork effectiveness.
  • Certified in the Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation assessment (FIRO-B)
  • Certified in the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory 360 assessment (ESCI)
  • Strong Interest Inventory: Helping people find their passion, interests, preferences, and personal styles.
  • Thomas-Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI): The best tool available for understanding how different conflict-handling styles affect interpersonal and group dynamics.
  • California Psychology Inventory (CPI 260 and CPI 434): A tool that can provide invaluable insights that support leadership and coaching, performance improvement, and selection initiatives.
  • Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI): A tool that is short in length, simple to administer online, and evidence based, which measures the frequency of leadership behaviors that are proven to drive results.

 

PUBLISHED BOOKS/ARTICLES:

  • Present with Power, Punch, and Pizzazz, The Ultimate Guide to Delivering Presentations with Poise, Persuasion and Professionalism. 2011
  • Leadership, Helping Others to Succeed, to be released in 2014.
  • No Winner Ever Got There Without A COACH, to be released in 2013.
  • Roadmap to Success, A Guide to Personal & Professional Success, to be released in 2013.