The most pure form of power is the power of observation; the most precise form of communication is to ask a well-worded question; and the most sincere form of kidness is to listen.



Vitruvian Leadership founder, Brian Littlehale, isn’t the type to settle for mediocrity or complacency.  Diagnosed in his early 20’s, Brian saw his dyslexia as a challenge.  As a student at Landmark College, he craved fulfillment and success, not only for himself, but also for his peers. ​Landmark College provided the country’s first higher education program that offered remedial coursework and innovative learning techniques for high potential students with learning disabilities. ​ After building confidence and knowledge​;​ Brian decided that he was just getting started.

With a passion to inspire and motivate people, Brian obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services Counseling from Old Dominion University.  He began a successful career focusing on ​associate training and development in the manufacturing and logistics industries. ​Through his years in executive coaching, Brian discovered​ that he has​ a strong desire to unlock the hidden potential in others. Thus, sparking the creation of Vitruvian Leadership.

By applying his business savvy and ability to nurture, Brian offers a unique, collaborative and confidential approach​ to ​help you gain clarity, insight and perspective to truly recognize and ​understand​ your ​vision. Together, you will map out a pathway​ to achieve ​​your professional and personal ​goals.

A trusted mentor and leadership coach for over 20 years, Brian has helped talented leaders across the country improve their focus and increase their capacity to drive their organizations. These leaders have dedicated themselves to creating growth from the inside​ ​out.

Brian lives in Hollidaysburg, PA where he enjoys spending time with his son and daughter, as well as pursuing his interests in art and music.



Vitruvius was a 1st century Roman known for his multi-volume work entitled De architectura.  He professed that architecture is an imitation of nature and with that sentiment; the human body itself is the greatest work of art. Hence, Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man. 

The original Italian title of da Vinci’s drawing literally translates to “the proportions of the human body according to Vitruvius.” Inspired by Vitruvius’ ideas, da Vinci’s drawing displays the architectural elements that make us human. The balance, symmetry, dimensions and proportions, which are not just skin deep, but also within the conscious and subconscious mind. 

At Vitruvian Leadership, we agree that each of us is a work of art, looking for deeper significance, balance, creativity and more capacity to accomplish the things that we want and truly desire.  The goal is furthering your accomplishments; for you are the leader of your potential and focus.

You truly are the architect of your future.


At Virtruvian Leadership, we understand the reciprocal nature of the consultative process and that organizational success depends on balanced and well equipped leaders. Over the years, Brian has relied on three focuses to help empower both individuals and leadership teams. It is all about momentum or RPM:

Focus One - Relationship

Everything is built on trust and adding value. In an effort to increase and transform oneself, you must invest in others. Brian provides a framework for exploring and developing meaningful relationships through principled centered engagement.

Focus Two - Process

Brian is an expert in helping others find and define their core vision and goals. He focuses on step-by-step leadership and teamwork principles required to maximize contribution from not just one team member, but all team members. Leadership is a lifelong process.

Focus Three - Maturation

Whether you are leading yourself or leading a team, it is a rapidly changing world which requires predictable processes and systems. Brian works closely to explore and mature interdependent interactions.


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