John S. Arnold, PCC

Generative Wholeness Practitioner

John’s clients are executive leaders who have recognized a need and have the desire to enhance their personal and leadership effectiveness. John excels in the application of executive coaching, leadership development, consultative sales management, team building, and multi-site business management. An expert in leadership development and change management, John has designed, delivered, and facilitated strategic planning retreats; team chartering and alignment work as well as supported mission, vision work and guided organizational change projects.

 

Experience

For over 25 years, John has worked in the field of leadership and organizational development, helping executive leaders expand effectiveness and develop breakthrough strategies to meet the challenges of leading change in their organizations. Articulate and creative, John uses his personal instinct, 25 years of corporate leadership experience, and a unique leadership style to challenge individuals and organizations to define themselves and then achieve their personal and professional goals.

Education/Credentials

John holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Marymount College, Salina, Kansas. John is an International Coach Federation member with 6500+ hours of experience primarily in organizational and executive leadership engagements. His coaching competency is supplemented by certifications in the Birkman Method™, Booth 360, The ProScan and the Lominger assessments.

Success stories

  • SVP / CIO – Nationwide Health Care System Co. 
  • President – National Health Care Financial Intelligence Co.
  • SVP Security & Risk Management – Global Financial Services Co.


       
    • ​Coaching was focused on making the transition from CIO to a more senior leadership role beyond technology in a major healthcare organization. It required a deep dive on interpersonal as well as influential leadership and communication skills. The work required the client to move out of the details and into a strategic thinking role for the organization more holistically

    • The challenge for this leader required him to focus on the business at a higher level of client engagement and not in a tactical way. It also required him to sharpen his executive presence and not be so cavalier in how he engaged the Board as well as VIP client organizations.