Guests: John Schuster and Jason Miller
Our May event will help you:
- Become aware of systems and steps to consider for embedding coaching skills within your culture.
- Be better equipped to analyze the coaching processes within your business organization.
- Dig into the history of corporate culture efforts - what we have seen and experienced.
- Consider the cultural implications of coaching and its power, its uses and its limitations.
About the Speakers:
John Schuster - bio (read more)
John P. (Cunningham) Schuster is an author, executive coach, and teacher who has enjoyed the good fortune of being in business for over thirty years helping leaders be more effective in their multiple roles.
John has worked in the private sector primarily, but has experience in government and the non-profit sector as well. His client list is long and well known. He has had the good fortune to be a business partner with his wife, Patricia Kane, also a coach, for over 25 years.
He is a coach-in-residence for Merryck, a mentoring firm for CEO’s that is doing break-through work combining business mentoring with coaching skills and is focused on premiere C-suite leadership development. He is on the faculty of the Columbia University Coaching Certification Program and The Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara. He has been a Vistage chair and has given nearly 200 Vistage presentations around the world. He has taught in Executive MBA programs, and is on the board of the Jung Association of Central Ohio and Whole Child International.
John’s coaching and training firm, The Schuster Kane Alliance, teaches business and financial literacy as a form of empowerment and employee engagement. Toward that end, the Schuster Kane Alliance has developed ProfitandCash.com
John recently earned a Master’s degree in psychology.
Jason Miller - bio (read more)
Jason Miller, MA(in progress), ACC, is a seasoned Organizational Leadership Development professional and Executive Coach with over 20 years of experience in maximizing the potential of people within large-scale organizations.
As the Program Director for High-Potential Leadership Development at OhioHealth, Jason has steadily strengthened the leadership pipeline for the system’s most critical positions, and has been responsible for optimizing high-potential processes – including identification, development, transition support, and talent management. Jason has worked as an internal executive coach at OhioHealth and Accenture, helping senior and middle-level leaders to clarify and fulfill their unique, authentic purpose as leaders for more dramatic impact. He has also been instrumental in building multiple internal coaching capabilities that have also aided in shifting organizational culture toward a more empowerment-based leadership philosophy.
In his spare time, Jason plays with his lifelong loves of family, learning, and music, and is a passionate community activist as part of the Harmony Project in Columbus, Ohio