Ron Foxcroft helps companies win against the odds, build trust, commitment and the bottom line. Audiences learn how to achieve their goals, surpass, the challenge, and turn their passion into performance.
Ron has a street-wise perspective on business. Born to a working class family in Canada, this self-made millionaire has cultivated an extensive following among some of the most highly respected and influential business leaders across North America.. He offers audiences practical ideas that work and profitable bottom-line results.
When Ron speaks, he speaks from experience with warmth and humor. He not only inspires audiences to achieve their highest aspiration and objectives, he empowers them with strategies and techniques for accomplishing their desired results. He shares business insights and awe inspired stories from his pre-retirement referee days.
“The Fox," as he’s commonly known, had an impressive 35 year career as the NCAA’s only Canadian Basketball Referee. He officiated over 1,600 international basketball games in over 30 countries, including the Gold Medal basketball game in the 1976 Montreal Olympics. In addition, he was the only Canadian Basketball Appointee of the Board of the Canadian Olympic Association.
Ron’s honors include being Hamilton Ontario’s 1997 Distinguished Citizen of the Year; Stony Creek, Ontario’s 1991 “Citizen of he Year”; being inducted into the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame (1999); the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Lifetime Hall of Fame (2000); the Ontario Basketball Hall of Fame (2002); and an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from McMaster University (2001).
He is currently President of Fluke Transport & Warehousing. His relentless commitment to on-time service is why Fluke is the industry leader. “If it’s on time… it’s a Fluke” is more than a slogan-it’s a guarantee.
What is it about Ron Foxcroft that gets audiences excited? It’s simple. He reaches people – from the company executives to the front-line workers. He gets his point across “with the blow of a whistle” – so people can hear it, grasp it, remember it, and use it.