B.Ed, M. Ed. (Leadership),
Professional Certified Leadership Coach
Individual – one-on-one coaching
When I am working one-on-one with a client, it is my number one objective to help you reach your purpose, vision and goals by working through specific programs to meet your needs. Together, we will create a strategic plan that is a powerful way for you to gain clarity through a weekly process including interaction and accountability.
Team – onsite/offsite or via webinar and video technology.
When I am working in a group setting, although it’s not singular in nature, having the entire group’s input in thinking magnifies the richness of the discussions and results in developing solutions that are above and beyond what any individual can create. The cohesive bond that is formed empowers each person to develop the leader within and shine in a safe environment that nurtures the group as a whole. It is an experience unlike any other and follows the same premise as an academic think tank.
Business – Coaching & Consulting consisting of creating real solutions to key obstacles.
When I am working with a business owner(s) it's about creating real and lasting change by finding the root problem(s), offering the right solutions, and providing the most effective tools available to build a successful and thriving business.
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The 3-Dimensional Man
Justin specializes in coaching men who are striving in their business or corporate lives grow into peaceful connection within themselves, their marriage and family, equipping them to thrive in life with confidence, strength and contentment - The 3-Dimensional Man
For the past 15 years, Justin has helped hundreds of men transform the way they lead in 3 distinct dimensions: Personal Leadership; Performance Leadership; People Leadership.
Justin's unique & original coaching program specializes in helping men overcome and conquer one or more of the following challenges:
- Lack of results: The constant worry that things aren’t moving fast enough. Yet, it feels like he is on the treadmill and he is not getting the business and/or personal results he envisions. He works hard but isn't seeing the results.
Low Optimization: A lack of energy and vitality; a feeling that he is not living his best self. Metaphorically, it feels like he is juggling many balls in the air and his load feels very heavy.
-Time pressures: Not enough time to do it all. Meeting work demands and spending quality time with his family is often out of balance creating frustration, stress and guilt.
- Overwhelm: Can’t be all things to all people. Work/success demands are great and at the end of the day, their isn't much left to give resulting in stress, anger and frustration.
-Lack of influence: Has the vision and strategy but can't seem to get everyone buying into that vision. Frustrated with getting team buy-in and executing on key priorities.
-Lack of intimacy/connection: Constantly worrying about his marriage/family paying a price for his distraction and work life. The constant complaining of his wife that he is distracted and not available. The lack of intimacy and connection in his marriage.
-Fear: Fear of failure; fear of rejection; fear of looking incompetent; fear that he doesn't measure up - all these fears hold him back from achieving inner freedom and reaching his potential, living with impact and legacy.
-Lack of peace/contentment: internal pressure to do more and be more. Cant enjoy the moment. Always driven toward the task; not present in relationships
-Avoidance: Not dealing with core problems - personal, business or relational. Chooses unhealthy behaviors. As a result the problem is getting worse and carries personal guilt.
Whether it's one or more of the above challenges, Justin works with men providing the clarity, tools, strategy and action that produces results. 93% of Justin's clients have said that he has either met or exceeded their expectations.
Connect with Justin Today to discuss what your coaching looks like for you, your team, or your organization.
“The goal of coaching is the goal of good management – to make the most of an organization’s valuable resources.”
Harvard Business Review
“Leaders are more powerful role models when they learn than when they teach.”
Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School