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Check-6® is a team of leading human performance experts, due to decades of elite leadership and operational experience, and stand ready to partner with you to assist your teams to achieve your goals.
We understand the challenges for High Reliability Organizations (HRO’s). You need to maximize efficiency, profitability and safety while working with teams that incur high turnover. In such high-turnover organizations where relatively inexperienced crews confront high-risk situations, every individual – from the back office to the front line – must be counted on to perform exactly as needed, every time. We intentionally assist you to manage culture, systems and processes, technology, leadership, and training. These combine to produce exceptional results even in the most stressful, fully visible, high-consequence situations.
Our human performance consultants have a myriad of experience successfully building, training, leading, and optimizing teams. Our consultants’ backgrounds include aviation, special operations, international development, emergency response, nuclear aircraft carrier flight operations, and other dynamic, high-hazard, complex environments.
Check-6® focuses on the development and implementation of continuous improvement in human performance. Our consultants assist companies aiming to hone their leadership skills, standardize processes, and optimize team behaviors. This empowers the workforce to overcome challenges and realize opportunities for growth.
Tim “Hoolie” Reynolds
Director of Human Performance
Tim “Hoolie” Reynolds is the Director of Human Performance for Check-6 Inc. with the responsibility of ensuring that our coaches successfully deliver our performance consultancy services while delivering value to each and every client. His goal, which is Check-6’s goal, is to ensure that we help our clients accelerate their human performance.
Tim’s experience stems from his 24-year service flying carrier-based jets (EA-6B & FA-18) for the U.S. Navy. He rose to the rank of Captain after successfully commanding an aviation squadron which deployed twice in support of ongoing operations in both Afghanistan and Iraq. In addition, he completed a tour with the Navy Personnel Command; served on a NATO staff in the United Kingdom and served on the NORAD/USNORTHCOM staff. While at NORAD/USNORTHCOM, Hoolie completed two years as a Command Center Director in their 24/7 365 Operations Center. For his last two years in the Navy, Tim served as the command’s Deputy Inspector General.
Since joining Check-6 in 2012, Hoolie has served in multiple positions including performance coaching in the United States/United Kingdom/Canada/Argentina/Ghana, America’s Training & Standardization and Director of Operations. Tim is an expert in designing systems that are resilient to both human error and violation; skilled at creating multiple layers of defense (safeguards) and instilling behaviors that avoid, trap and mitigate human error. He routinely assists our clients in creating organizations that have the capacity to fail, recover, learn and improve without catastrophic results.
He earned an undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master’s degree from the U.S. Naval War College. He also is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Safety Center and qualified Aviation Safety Officer.
Tim enjoys time with his family, skiing, hiking and life in Colorado.
Robert “Bubbles” Ord
Global Business Manager
As the grandson of a decorated WWII (Pacific) Navy-man, Rob “Bubbles” Ord spent his boyhood listening to stories of adventure – which made his decision to join the Navy an easy one. When meeting his recruiter for the first time, he stated only one goal: to serve his country alongside some of the Navy’s elite.
Initially Rob attended Hospital Corpsman (Medic) training in Great Lakes, IL, and then went on to Panama City, FL to complete the Navy’s Deep Sea Diver courses of instruction for Surface Supplied Air Diving and then Surface Supplied Mixed-Gas (helium and oxygen) Diving for deep water. In March of 1992, “Bubbles” qualified as a Deep Sea Diving Medical Technician and was ordered to report to SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team One (SDVT-1), by way of Special Operation Medical Technician (SOT) training, as his first duty station.
At SDVT-1, Rob completed 2 back-to-back fast-paced 24-month SEAL platoon deployment cycles. Operating primarily in the Pacific Theater from numerous platforms, including Submarines, Amphibious Ships, and remote Naval Special Warfare Units, Rob was responsible for platoon readiness and effectiveness through combat casualty care training, medical oversight in high risk operational environments, and training of other US and foreign military units.
After leaving SDVT-1, Rob checked in at Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Mobile Unit Seven in San Diego, CA and was sent to Eglin AFB to attend EOD Core and Demo training at the Naval School of Explosive Ordinance Disposal. At EOD Mobile Unit Seven, Rob integrated into small unit detachments (DETs) to provide tactical medical training, diving assistance, and support to the EOD mission: “Clear the Way, Make it Safe”.
Rob finished out his Navy career by returning to the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) community and assimilating into a cadre of specialists tasked with providing training and support to West Coast SEAL Team Platoons while in their workup phases prior to deployment. Rob’s focus continued to be instruction and training in the areas of combat and diving medicine, and his constant admonition: “When things go sideways, you don’t rise to the level of your expectations; you fall to the level of your training”.
After leaving the Navy and before joining the Check-6 Team, Rob continued to serve Naval Special Warfare and Special Operations communities as a NSW/NSO Mentor assigned to a large Naval Recruiting District in the Pacific Northwest. Here Rob put to use his first-hand training and operational experiences to optimize the success of potential SEAL, SWCC, EOD, Diver, and Air Rescue candidates through coaching and mentoring with one goal: to serve their country alongside some of the Navy’s elite.