Mark McClain

CEO and founder of SailPoint

MARK McCLAIN is the CEO and founder of SailPoint (NYSE:SAIL), a leader in the enterprise identity management market. He has led the company from its beginnings in 2005 through its VC-and PE-backed stages to its IPO in 2017, as it grew from a team of 3 to over 1,200 employees and about 1,500 enterprise-class customers in thirty five countries. He has been married for almost thirty-four years to his amazing wife, Marj, and has three incredibly cool adult children (Andy, Rachel, and Grace), three wonderful kids-in-law (Erika, John, and Pate), and four adorable grandkids (Melanie, Morgan, Malia, and Emmy) with two more (Levi and Lucy) on the way. He considers himself a very blessed person.


Joy and Success At Work: Building Organizations That Don’t Suck The Life Out Of People

Publication Date: February 2020

“I can’t wait to get to work” When was the last time you felt that way? Have you ever? Mark McClain has and still does. He and his leadership teams have focused on creating companies that make the quality of their employees’ work experiences of equal importance to the quality of the solutions those employees create. With Joy and Success at Work McClain has produced a manual that shares how he and his teams have done it—and how you and your team can, too. Speaking directly to the lack of fulfillment that too often accompanies work—with generous portions of humor and irreverence—Mark McClain deconstructs the modern business environment, then puts it back together. Shot through with pithy tales from his own experiences, Joy and Success at Work is Mark’s honest take on what team building can be, and done right, what it produces: Great places to work that support people’s broader lives, rather than sucking the life out of them.

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