Johnâ€™s business management, training, and development career spans more than 25 years and includes such high profile organizations as McDonaldâ€™ s Corporation , Panera Bread and Ameristar Casinos. He is a strong and enthusiastic motivator, and he works with a high level of integrity with his clients
He has consulted and advised companies in areas such as leadership development, executive coaching, team building, organizational development, corporate turnaround, employee assessment, growth management and executive search consulting.
John specializes in strategic business planning with a focus on employee development, leadership training, and improving a businessâ€™ operational and financial performance. His expertise has proven to be successful in raising corporate performance and elevating organizational productivity. John is particularly skilled in managing relationships and helping companies during the difficult challenges of change.
John helps clients clarify the real obstacles that hold them back, the issues that need to be resolved, and the opportunities leading to sustained growth. He helps them build confidence to make better decisions on the right issues, to achieve greater results with the least amount of resources, and therefore to be more successful.
John's goal is to deliver "best in class" forward thinking and pragmatic business consulting, professional coaching and teaching to companies and their leaders. He brings a unique and powerful blend of clarity, insight, inspiration and different thinking to his clients.
He believes in creating and sustaining a business environment that promotes success and the development of a learning organization that supports the strategic goals and objectives of the organization.
John has authored, co-authored, or edited over 40 training manuals, client satisfaction surveys, program development, and coaching programs covering a full spectrum of subjects in management, planning, and customer service.
John has worked nationally with a diverse cross-section of industries and organizations. As Director of Training and Development for Ameristar he implemented and facilitated culture orientation sessions for
Learning and helping individuals express their talent to it's fullest capacity.
The harder we work, the less we accomplish. Why hasn't anyone focused on the one critical competency that never receives airtime, decision making. We talk about critical thinking and problem solving, but never decision making. Focus your energy on leading not lagging indicators if you want to make progress. You can't take unfriendly people and make them friendly, this is the number one reason that customer service is an issue. Hubris isn't the breakfast of champions, yet it's continues to be the downfall of many good organizations.
Leadership, Learning, Generations, Decision Making, and just about any aspect that involves people in business.
Seeing into the future 2-5 years down the road
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