Rob holds a Ph.D. from North West University, and an Advanced Certificate in Intercultural Management from Notre Dame University.
Adjunct Professor at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology serving in both the Business and IT faculty and the Education faculty where he teaches undergraduate courses in Critical Thinking and Ethics, Collaborative Leadership, Leadership Negotiation and Teamwork, Business Ethics, and graduate courses in Foundations of Leadership, Leadership and Technology, and Ethics and Leadership.
Associate Professor Yorkville University serving with the Faculty of Education.
Senior Lecturer with the Stellenbosch University School of Public Leadership and Good Governance.
Facilitator with the UOIT Management Development Centre http://mdc.uoit.ca where he has been asked to facilitate one day seminars on Foundations of Leadership, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Critical Decision Making, Diversity and Leadership, Advanced Leadership, and Leadership & Customer Service.
Community Liaison and Mentor with the Durham Community Innovation Lab.
http://communityilab.ca, an Entrepreneurship incubator that develops Not Employed or Educated or Trained (NEET) youth in start-up ventures. Durham Co-ILab also supports Social Entrepreneurship.
Madeleine van der Steege comes from a family of entrepreneurs. She is a coach, writer and researcher on business leadership and entrepreneurship. Madeleine has an MA Soc. Sc degree from the University of Johannesburg. She was ‘Woman of the Year Regional Entrepreneur’ (SA Business Women's Association 2004). Her company was listed as one of the ‘most promising companies" by SARF. She relocated with her family to the Netherlands in 2007. Madeleine has a particular passion for companies who are experiencing some level of chaos due to growth and or decline. She provides corporate and strategy coaching to medium sized international businesses and is heavily involved in collaborative leadership research projects in the field of leadership and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Jennifer Moss Breen has over 15 years of experience facilitating leadership development workshops with mid to high-level executives. Participants in her sessions have stated that they thoroughly enjoyed her workshop and were able to apply what they learned immediately. Jennifer's areas of expertise include servant leadership, interpersonal political skills, capturing the impact of human capital, leader resilience, and developing strong followers. She has developed and delivered customized workshops in each of these areas.
Jennifer received her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from the University of Nebraska in 2006. She currently serves as an Associate Professor of Leadership at Creighton University. Prior to working in academia, Jennifer was a Program Director at Nebraska's largest Methodist church. Prior to her ministry work, Jennifer worked in the financial services industry.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Tuleja holds a Master’s degree in Intercultural Communication and a Doctorate in Education from the University of Pennsylvania. She specializes in Intercultural Communication and Global Leadership. Dr Tuleja currently serves as an Associate Professor of Management at the Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame where she teaches Intercultural Communication and Management for the BBA, MBA and Executive MBA programs. She develops curriculum for and teaches in the cross-cultural immersion programs in China using a variety of online cultural assessment tools. She has also developed a popular online executive certificate course in Advanced Intercultural Management through Notre Dame/University Alliance. Dr. Tuleja has two forthcoming books, Intercultural Communication for Global Leadership (Routledge, 2016) and Business Communication: A Global Perspective (Sage: 2018). Prior to Notre Dame she was on the faculty at the Wharton School and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Almarie E. Munley, Ph.D. has over two decades of extensive experience in consulting, leading, designing, developing, and implementing innovative programs throughout the globe. Dr. Munley is a visionary leader with a keen sense for strategy and forward thinking. She has acquired expertise in several industries, from corporate to non-profits, NGO’s, higher education organizations and government agencies. Her years in consultancies has significantly impacted organizations across the globe.
She has served as a subject matter expert for USAID’s Higher Education for Economic Growth Activity (HEA) project. As a subject matter expert she was the resource higher education advisor for USAID, World Learning and the Research Triangle Institute. She participated on the leadership team in a country wide project managed by FUNDESA Guatemala “Educating the Indian Girl”, in addition she was the project lead for the Youth Development Program of CONAJU Peru. A program to impact the leadership capabilities among young entrepreneurs of the Peru. Dr. Munley has worked with Bayer Guatemala, Pfizer, Abbott Central America, Copa Airlines, Banco del Café Guatemala. She is an invited country principal investigator with the very high profile leadership GLOBE project (Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness) at the Wharton School of Business and Thunderbird School of Management.
Holding a Fulbright Scholar appointment at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, academic rank and faculty positions at several institutions across the globe, she is an invited scholar and lecturer at several renowned universities across the globe, some to include: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Universidad Catolica de Portugal, University of St. Joseph-Macau and Universidad Francisco Marroquin-Guatemala, Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala. She is a featured speaker among conference circuits across the globe on topics related to cross-cultural leadership, global leadership and visionary leadership. Her inspirational and dynamic leadership style has leveraged organizations throughout the world. Born and raised in Guatemala, she earned her Ph.D. degree in Organizational Leadership at Regent University’s School of Global Leadership and Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Gloria J. Burgess is a leadership consultant, executive coach, educator, and expert designer of unique, innovative learning experiences. Her focus is singular: transformation. She positions her work at the potent intersectionality of leadership and the arts, drawing on her expertise in theatre, music, poetry, dance, and design. A former business executive, Gloria has also served as interim dean, program lead, and lead faculty. Her faculty roles include University of Washington (UW) Executive Leadership Program in Public Affairs, UW Non-Profit Executive Leadership Institute, University of Southern California Executive Leadership Program, Seattle University Transformational Leadership Program, and Casey Family Program Executive Leadership Institute. She also leads forums, seminars, and workshops, on transformational leadership in corporate, health care, arts, government, faith, financial, IT, and educational contexts.
A dynamic, sought-after speaker, Gloria has presented on six continents in 30+ countries in diverse venues, including the South African Embassy, Boeing, Microsoft, and Starbucks. One of the few practitioner-scholars who integrates organizational leadership and creative artistry, she combines insightful commentary and personal engagement, weaving the arts into her inspiring keynotes and transformational learning experiences to foster hope, courage, creativity, healing, and resilience—qualities we all yearn for. Born in rural Mississippi, Gloria came of age during the turbulent Civil Rights Movement. She says, “Integrating intercultural excellence into my work is not an option. It is an imperative—to effectively equip global leaders.” Gloria lives with her husband John in the Pacific Northwest and calls the world her home.
For more than 25 years, Dr. Suzanne Martin has built a wealth of experience, theoretically and experientially in leadership and development of both organizations and individuals. Martin sees her life and her consulting as a calling; bringing her life to bear on what she believes to be a mighty purpose ~ to bring about change. Her expertise includes group facilitation, coaching individuals and teams, classroom and online teaching, as well as curriculum/program development. Her primary research interest and influence is Mary Parker Follett, a prophet/pioneer in the field of management and leadership. Other research interests and influences include servant leadership, chaos and complexity, and gender balance.
Suzanne has a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership. She is the owner of transform., a consulting firm based in Birmingham, AL (USA).
Visionary at the boundary of academia and industry, Bettina has been evolving the field of
innovation since 1992. Her constant desire to understand is coupled with a passion to enable
other to use innovation for creating a purposeful and sustainable future. The three corner
stones of her thinking are: a focus on people, deep understanding of specific context, and a
systems-based approach. Author of multiple books, she operates globally, both in the
academic and the corporate world.
Judith (“Judy”) L. Glick-Smith, Ph.D., is the author of Flow-based Leadership: What the Best Firefighters Can Teach You About Leadership and Making Hard Decisions, which was number one on Fire Chief Magazine’s Top 9 Public Safety Leadership Books of 2016. She is, also, a contributor and co-editor of Visionary Leadership in a Turbulent World: Leading in the New VUCA Context, which made the Forbes' Summer Reading List for 2017.
Judy has been a communication expert, knowledge architect, and organizational development consultant in the world of Technical Communication and Information Technology since 1983. She is the founder of MentorFactor, Inc., the home of The Center for Flow-Based Leadership®, which focuses on helping organizations prepare for the unexpected by facilitating flow-based work environments. She has worked with dozens of clients, including The U.S. National Fire Academy, Deloitte, NCR, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), Global Payments, The Harvard Drug Group, Southwest Airlines, the Social Security Administration, and the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Judy has been studying flow-based decision making and leadership in the fire service since 2007. Her Ph.D. is in Transformative Studies with a concentration in Integral Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She has a Master of Science in Conflict Management from Kennesaw State University. She holds certifications in administration of EQ-i Emotional Intelligence assessments, the Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture®, and the Technology of Participation® facilitation method. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org and 770-633-5582.
Combining experience with her strong entrepreneurial skills and ability to build successful businesses in emerging markets Ondine, formally from South Africa has always aimed to affect positive change within her community or industry through business. She is a highly creative and innovative business developer and strategist, having successfully spent two decades as an entrepreneur building profitable business in Southern Africa by leveraging her skills to identify opportunities, take risks, turn ideas into revenue generating, socially focused organizations.
Ondine leads and mentors teams as well as other entrepreneurs, builds strategic relationships and manages multi stakeholders and cross cultural collaborations. Ondine has an MBA from Henley Business School, University of Reading. UK, is a certified Prince 2 Project manager, certified Intrinsic Coach and Mindfulness facilitator. She focuses on social enterprise and specialitzes in strategy, business model development, Lean Start-up, mentorship and coaching of social entrepreneurs. Ondine is currently based in Montreal, Canada.
Dr. John D. Volmink was born and raised in Cape Town South Africa. He completed his PhD in Mathematics Education at Cornell University in 1988. He later became the Head of Mathematics at the then Peninsula Technikon. Since that time he has held various teaching positions at institutions including the University of Western Cape, University of Cape Town, and Cornell University. He has also been directly involved in development initiatives as the Director of the Centre for Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education Durban, South Africa as well as other partnership programmes in KwaZulu-Natal and elsewhere in South Africa. He has served as Campus Vice-Principal at the then University of Natal, Durban, and later Pro-Vice Chancellor: Partnerships at the University of KwaZulu-Natal until 2004. During his time at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, he was responsible for partnership programmes with business, government, and the community and served as the Executive Director of the Development Foundation of the University.
He has also ben centrally involved in curriculum reform in post-apartheid South Africa and has been asked by all four Ministers of Education to play a leading role in the transformation of education in the new South Africa. He has served four years in the Umalusi Council and more recently the CEO of the National Education Evaluation and Development Unit.
He is currently serving as the Chairperson of MIET Africa and also previously Chairperson of the International Partnership Network. John continues to provide leadership on Boards of several other South African non-governmental development organizations involved in education, health and community upliftment. He is also involved in a Leadership Development Programme for members of Parliament and holds a position of Adjunct Professor at NorthWest University, Mafikeng Campus.
Since 1998, Dr. Silver has been the principal of Silver Consulting, Inc., an independent consulting practice, where he has worked with such diverse clients as: Alcoa, Alfred State College, Alstom Transport, American Red Cross, Bausch & Lomb, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Borg Warner, Bosch Security Systems, Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU), Canterbury Woods Senior Living, Cape Cod Healthcare, Charter One Bank, Durham Region Government, Genesee Regional Bank, Government of Jamaica, Harris RF Communications, Klein Steel, LeChase Construction, Nazareth College, Ontario County Government, Pactiv Manufacturing, Rochester Catholic Diocese, SUNY Brockport, SUNY Geneseo, Toshiba Business Solutions, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), University of Rochester Medical Center, and Xerox Corporation, to name a few. His work has included consulting to senior management on such topics as cultural change, employee engagement, and customer loyalty; working with leadership teams to increase effectiveness and performance; providing clients such services as executive coaching, strategic planning, and organizational diagnosis; and teaching employees professional skills and strategies for workplace success.
Dr. Silver has developed and trade-marked a unique business process called The Workplace Covenant, which helps parties in any organization to exchange and agree upon reciprocal Obligations so they can ensure trust, feedback and alignment in their relationship.
From 2000 to 2013, Dr. Silver was an Assistant Professor at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y., where he taught Masters level students in the Organizational Learning and Human Resource Development (OL/HRD) program, in the Bittner School of Business; and at the Doctoral level in the Wilson School of Education. From 2013 to 2014, Dr. Silver was on faculty at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), in the College of Applied Science and Technology, as a Lecturer (non-tenure track professor position) in their HRD Masters program.
Prior to his consulting practice and college teaching, Dr. Silver served as an Internal Consultant and Manager of Organization Development for the largest engineering division of the Xerox Corporation, in Rochester, NY. He was co-responsible for the development of leadership and learning strategies for 500 managers across the country. His responsibilities included the design and delivery of empowerment and team effectiveness training, individual coaching and counseling for managers, and conducting staff development workshops. He also co-developed the company’s Technical Development Advisory (Mentoring) Program.
Dr. Silver holds a Bachelors degree in Social Psychology from the University of Toronto; a Masters in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University; and a Doctorate (Ed.D.) in Human Resource Development from The George Washington University. His doctoral research examined the relationship between leadership behaviors, engineers’ perceptions of empowerment, and team and individual performance. Dr. Silver has published in Training Magazine, the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Management Inquiry, and Training and Development (T&D) Magazine. He is also on the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations in the Rochester area.
Michael Chirichello, Ed.D. has experienced a dynamic professional career that spans five decades. He has served as a school principal, superintendent, and teacher for 30 years in urban and suburban school districts. He also served in higher education as Visiting Professor at Northern Kentucky University where his focus was on developing and teaching in a new competency-based doctoral program for mid-career leaders across professions. At William Paterson University in NJ Michael held the positions of professor, chair, and program director. There he launched the Department of Educational Leadership and developed programs for school leaders.
Michael’s work centers on the intersection of the arts and leadership. Throughout his career in higher education and in his consulting work, he has integrated the fine and performing arts with leadership- painting, music, cinema, and poetry. His focus is on using creative and strategic processes to develop a deeper understandings about the person we are and the leader we can become.
Michael is the co-author of Principals as Maverick Leaders: Rethinking Democratic Schools and Learning to Lead: Ten Stories for Principals. He has authored many manuscripts, articles and book chapters in professional and juried publications. Michael is a well-respected national and international consultant for school districts and professional organizations. He has presented thought provoking professional learning sessions on five continents and throughout the United States that focus on leadership, coaching/mentoring, performance appraisal, team building, organizational change, and curriculum design. His doctorate was awarded from Seton Hall University in NJ.
Greg is an Australian leadership practitioner and scholar who sees leadership as a type of practical wisdom for generating influence in relationships.
Greg believes many conventional approaches to leadership challenges fall short, particularly as contexts grow more volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. Rather than assuming our life as a linear series of empirical events, it can be more helpful to see it as constantly unfolding stories we construct to make sense of our experiences.
Greg believes we all dwell in stories we create and believe to be true, often with crippling, or at least limiting, consequences. He suggests wise leaders are rich in narrative intelligence – the capacity to ‘rewrite’ the narratives they hold about themselves and others; and that this can be enormously liberating and energising for wellbeing and for accomplishing goals.
He works with leaders in several sectors on personalised, action-oriented leadership development, around cultivating understandings, structures and practices for bringing out the best in people pursuing shared goals. Further information: email@example.com https://www.allora.org.au/
Dr. Vern Ludden holds a Doctor of Education in Adult and Community Education as well as a Master of Public Administration from Ball State University. He is currently a professor at the Indiana Wesleyan University teaching graduate studies in Leadership for the Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership Program.
Dr. Ludden has served as President of Work Savvy which is an organization that was designed to assist other organizations in enhancing their organizational leadership effectiveness through a combination of improved employee performance and organizational development strategy. He has served as a consultant to more than 60 organizations assisting with a range of leadership and business development initiatives including workshop development and facilitation, corporate strategy development, curriculum design and review, training, corporate assessments, and research.
Dr. Ludden has published a wide range of books, periodicals, and articles based on his years of research on leadership and business experience. He is currently working on a book that focuses on the Wisdom-Based Leadership model.
Dr. Noel Pearse is an associate professor in the Rhodes Business School at Rhodes University, where he lectures primarily in Leadership, People Management, Strategy Implementation, Change Management and Research Design on the MBA programme and various executive short courses.
He completed his undergraduate and post-graduate degrees while studying full time at the University of Cape Town. More recently, he completed part time studies at Rhodes University, where he graduated with a PhD (Education) degree. His research interests lie mainly in the areas of leadership development, tacit knowledge, voluntary organisations, organisational change and development. He has authored and co-authored 16 journal articles, 5 Books and chapters in Books, and 36 Conference papers. He has successfully supervised and graduated three Doctoral Candidates, four Master of Commerce candidates] and 31 MBA candidates.
He is a registered Industrial Psychologist with the Professional Board of Psychology of the Health Professions Council of South Africa and he has consulted to, and conducted training on behalf of National Parliament, government departments, NGO’s and private companies, including extensive work in the automotive industry.
Dr. Vahagn Asatryan is a dynamic speaker and experienced workshop facilitator. He attained his Ph. D. and MBA from Iowa State University. Dr. Asatryan teaches in the Department of Business at Redeemer University College in Hamilton, Ontario and has previously taught in the United States. Years of experience in facilitating transformational change among business leaders in different cultures on three continents allowed Dr. Asatryan to successfully implement customizable approaches to cultural changes in organizations. Vahagn has guided organizations in executing (re)branding strategies and internal marketing efforts to lead employees to live-out organizational mission and vision. His recent endeavours in leadership development incorporate the power of human, social, and spiritual capital to improve productivity, profitability, and human flourishing. Vahagn also focuses his research and consulting experiences (though Flow.rish Business Transformations) on implementing ethical leadership systems.
Antony Upward provides integrated flourishing organization coaching, assessment, diagnosis, design, value discovery and learning services. These services are enabled by an emerging set of collaborative flourishing business analysis and design tools - including the Flourishing Business Canvas.
Antony is a Certified Management Consultant with more than 25 yearsí experience in the design and implementation of management information systems for companies such as Apple, Bell Canada, CGI and AT&T. More recently Antony has undertaken business model work for a number of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, and has worked with The Natural Step and B Lab on a new benchmark for truly sustainable business.
For over 10 years Antony designed and delivered undergraduate, graduate and professional courses at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University (Toronto) focused on the business case, people, process and technology aspects of improved business processes. Most recently he developed and delivered hands-on courses on Flourishing Enterprise Design which have been delivered internationally, including via the Ontario Centres of Excellence funded DesignJam program.
Antony is a published graduate of York University with a Masters of Environmental Studies in Business Model Design and Sustainability. He is principal of Edward James Consulting Ltd., a flourishing enterprise design consultancy in Toronto, Ontario (Canada) and an Industry Partner with OCAD University. He is Co-founder of the international and rapidly growing Strongly Sustainable Business Model Group of practitioners and researchers hosted by the OCAD University Strategic Innovation Lab.
Tom Yannuzzi, Ph.D., brings more than twenty-five years of experience in higher education, human communication, organizational processes and social systems to develop highly interactive, customized programs that are practical and applicable to today's increasingly complex business environments. He has worked with some of the top business schools and corporations around the world, including the Wharton School, the Rotterdam School of Management, Merrill Lynch, Ortho-McNeil-Jennson, and Booz Allen Hamilton. For the past four years, Tom served as Director of the Personal Leadership Development Program at the Rotterdam School of Management, where he taught and coached professionals from over forty countries. Tom is an expert in communication, social influence, interpersonal conflict, group process, and relational negotiations. His approach incites critical self-reflection and helps participants better understand the relational, organizational, and social impacts of individual actions. Participants consistently praise the uniqueness of Tom's approach and the personal impact of his teaching.
Tom received his Ph.D. in Education, Culture and Society from the University of Pennsylvania, and is the Founder and CEO of Higher Learning Partners, LLC.
Malcolm spent 5 years as General Manager of Microsoft Canada. In his last corporate role, he built a Canadian technology firm into a global player, sold the firm to a European private-equity group and retired from corporate life in 2006.
An MBA, CPA and Chartered Investment Manager, he teaches in the Faculty of Business at York, UOIT and Trent University. A serial entrepreneur and investor who’s been involved in 11 startups, Malcolm’s the Executive Director of the Spark Angel Investment Network – Durham’s source of private equity capital.
Dr. Art Trejo recognized as motivational and organizational leadership professional, and speaker, focusing in innovation, and organizational improvements, providing consultancy services to several industries. Dr. Trejo received his doctoral degree from University of Phoenix in Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership / Information Systems and Technology, specializing in applying Emotional Intelligence particularly to the leading-edge technology industry from the present-day perspective of diverse workforce. Dr. Trejo mentors students around the world, helping them reach their fullest potential, and has a passion for helping people with disabilities. Dr. Trejo works in Aerospace sector, interacting with major airlines around the world, regarding the in-flight entertainment and communications systems. Dr. Trejo has worked in the Information Management and High Technology field for over 35 years, employed by major technology companies in computing research, satellite technology, and currently focusing on wearable technology, and high performance computing technology, taking him to live, and work in several countries at different continents. Dr. Trejo speaks four languages (English, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese).
Born and raised in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, Dr. Ian Sutherland has developed a dynamic career as an academic leader, educator, researcher, and consultant. Ian is Associate Dean for Research and Director of PhD Studies at IEDC–Bled School of Management (Slovenia) and holds appointments and leadership positions within a number of institutions and associations including: Adjunct Professor of Leadership at the Warsaw University of Technology Business School (Poland), Fellow of the Peter Pribilla Stiftung – Technische Universität München (Germany), Co-Convener of the Deans, Directors and Chairs Affinity Group of the International Leadership Association (USA). An internationally recognized expert in the art and business nexus, Ian was originally trained as a professional musician. Holding B.Mus. (Hons) and M. Mus. Degrees from the School of Music of Memorial University (Canada), he completed his PhD in Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Exeter (UK) working under Prof. Dr. Tia DeNora. Today he brings these backgrounds together combining expertise in sociology, philosophy, creativity, music and leadership studies. A sought after speaker and facilitator he has delivered courses, workshops, seminars and lectures in over 30 countries. As a consultant and organizational development practitioner he has worked with companies in the pharmaceuticals, consumer electronics, telecommunications, financial services, manufacturing and defense industries.
Dr. Sutherland’s work occurs at the intersection of the arts and business. In particular he focuses on leadership practice, creative and strategic processes, leveraging diversity and experiential arts-based methods of management and leadership development. Ian is the founder of the Arts and Leadership Learning Community of the International Leadership Association, co-founding editor of the journal Music and Arts in Action and the author/co-author of articles appearing in Academy of Management Learning & Education; Management Learning; Organizational Aesthetics; Advances in Developing Human Resources; Business Leadership Review; Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society; Emotion Review; Journal of Visual Art Practice. He is also co-author of the book “Key Concepts in Leadership” (Sage, 2012) with Prof. Jonathan Gosling and Dr. Stephanie Jones. He is currently completing a new book “Arts-based learning: Memories with momentum” for Palgrave-Macmillan (2016). Prior to moving to Slovenia, Dr. Sutherland held appointments as Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter’s Centre for Leadership Studies (UK) and Assistant Professor at Memorial University (Canada).
John E. Burgess is a business executive and leadership consultant. Throughout his career, he has enjoyed dual citizenship in the worlds of business and music. A rare leader who integrates the usually separate realms of creative artistry and business mastery, he graduated from the University of Michigan’s School of Music and holds an MBA in accounting and IT from the University of Southern California’s (USC). As Visiting Faculty for their Executive Leadership Program, he enjoys collaborating with other faculty on courses in transformational leadership.
A life-long music aficionado, John created Music for Transformation™ to help leaders understand how to reimagine and reignite their diverse, ever-evolving organizations. Like other great artists and leaders throughout the ages, John understands that the antidote to our culture’s obsession with speed and accelerating alienation is appreciation and reverence for music—its exquisite beauty and power to transform how we think and act. To this end, John devotes himself to connecting leaders and organizations to their genius and power… equipping and inspiring them to reach new heights of performance. As Maestro, John engages professional orchestras to create unique, innovative learning experiences for executives and other leaders in business, health care, IT, finance, biomedicine, education, energy, government, human services, arts, and beyond. His clients include PEMCO Insurance, Purex Corporation, Meridian Associates, Bering Air, International Coach Federation, Kentucky Association for School Administrators, Cell Therapeutics, Diana Naturals, Tully’s Coffee, Seattle Opera, and Fran’s Chocolates.