He began his training career in 2005 with a division of Time Warner, and has since worked with Fortune 500, start-up, universities, and non-profit organizations to improve resilience, executive and board communication, client relationships, and leadership.
In the non-profit world, he has trained dozens of towns and affiliate groups in addition to thousands of public sector leaders to be strategic communicators and intentionally manage stress. He has lead 39 service projects to cities like New York and Toronto and disaster areas like New Orleans. The suburban-urban partnership program he co-led for a decade in Worcester, MA has provided summer camp for 80-100 1st through 6th graders every summer. Over the past twenty years, he has helped three faith communities double their size in an era of religious decline.
Jon also coaches on the PGA tour, assists the Golf Team at the University of Connecticut, teaches Philosophy and Ethics at the Institute for Rowing Leadership, and serves an advisor to Sasha Bruce Youthworks in Washington, DC. He lives with his wife outside Boston.
Watch Jon discuss your body’s stress response and how you can be a more effective leader by better managing that stress.