The audience for my coaching and keynote speeches is mostly hyper-achieving CEOs and senior executives. While outwardly successful, most often they often feel like they’re underperforming or have given up too much for their careers or businesses. Others are adjusting to situations significantly different than what they were doing before, such as taking on a more senior role, going into retirement, or pivoting their company. All of them are looking to be inspired and motivated.
I initially help new clients learn to deal with day-to-day issues, challenges, and opportunities with less stress, more confidence, and better results. They discover the importance of being held accountable, maintaining discipline and good habits, and starting a virtuous cycle of continuous learning.
As a natural outcome, many clients then discover they have more potential to achieve greater things than they originally thought. When that happens, they have taken an important first step to transformation, a journey that becomes more exciting and rewarding every day.
To make this process clearer and less daunting, I have developed two proprietary frameworks:
- “The Owning Tomorrow Performance Model”, which lays out the basic process of committing to desired outcomes and ensuring mindsets, behaviors, and decisions are properly aligned.
- As the name implies, “The Six Plus Two Principles of Leadership” highlights altogether six activities and two important mindsets that any leader needs to master.
Behind these frameworks are a multitude of tools, techniques, and exercises I use as appropriate to guide my clients through their journeys.
You can watch two short videos and read more under the “About John” tab of this website.