Bill has MBAs from both UCLA Anderson School of Management and the National University of Singapore, a Masters in Computer Resource and Information Management for Webster University and a BS in International Business and a BA in French from Saint Louis University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and is certified by the Robbins-Madanes Strategic Intervention Institute as a Strategic Intervention Coach and as a Relationship and Marriage Educator. He has extensive international experience and is fluent is several languages. He has conducted training and coaching in Japanese for Dell and coached and managed projects for companies such as Sabre, AFLAC, Ingersoll Rand and large governmental instituations, such as the Federal Reserve System, the US EPA and the United States Postal Service the New Zealand Ministry of Health, the Department of Justice Ireland and the Central Bank of Barbados.
Areas of Expertise
Coach - Business, Coaching - Life, Coaching - Life & Transformation , Coach - Executive, Program & Project Management, Transformation, Transformation - Business & Personal, Transformation - Business, Transformation / Change and Implementation Management, Transformation Coach
An idea worth spreading
The best way to bring about change in an organization is by helping leaders of that organization to experience transformation on a personal level. This belief has been proven by my experience working with some of the world's largest organizations.
I'm passionate about
Open systems borrowing the most effective ideas from proven methodologies that provide the most flexible approaches to transforming individuals and organizations.
Talk to me about
How to adopt an open system to draw from a variety of sources and apply the most effective ideas from proven methodologies. Applying visual tools and having a mentor can create lasting change.
People don't know I'm good at
Speaking foreign languages - okay some people know that. How about...I am a fantastic karaoke singer...for some reason even people who hear me sing don't quite get how good I really am.