Josh catalyzes dynamic, individual change.
With a background in psychology plus over two decades of experience, Josh leads clients to find their potential, resulting in positive culture and performance change.
Josh has his BA in Psychology from The University of Nebraska, and his JD from the Nebraska College of Law. His diverse experience includes college athletics leadership, a technology start-up, building a high-growth law firm and developing strategy and raising capital for a real estate firm. Josh is a certified Strong Interest Inventory Coach (Myers Briggs) as well as Gallup StrengthFinders Coach. Josh lives in Omaha Nebraska with his wife (Jenn) and son (Leo). He enjoys running, golfing, reading, cooking and traveling. He enjoys volunteering and has participated on a number of community boards.
“Josh is beyond outstanding as a leadership coach. He works to help leaders understand themselves and those around them and then proceeds to assist them both professionally and personally. Working with Josh comes with such ease. He is quick to learn, always willing to help others, and is a highly intelligent individual. His ability to connect with & teach people is undoubtedly a dominant strength. Josh has a genuine care for those around him and puts great thought into the development of those he coaches.”
“Josh has been a huge boon in helping me grow my leadership skills. He has provided me with a lot of advice and suggestions on things I can do to improve, techniques I can leverage, and also new ways of thinking about how I can approach various situations. I have enjoyed every interaction and leave them having learned something new.”
“Working with Josh has been enlightening. He has helped me discover my true strengths. The process we have worked through has allowed me to understand my leadership style, validate what I do well and also helps me understand my specific areas for growth as a leader. He acts as a friend, coach and mentor and has my best interest in mind when talking through specific issues and action items.”