Think of a business coach the same way you think of an athletic coach. No professional or amateur athlete, no matter how gifted, would think of playing without a coach to help them get into top condition, develop a strategy to win consistently and become agile on the field as playing conditions change. This is the same for a business coach. Craig Juengling helps you build upon your strengths while you acquire new skills and capabilities. You develop innovative strategies to win and become more agile and adaptive to the constant change you face in business. Craig is a certified Coach who has over two decades of executive level experience running hospitals and health care systems. He puts that experience to work for you to create wins on your playing field!
$3000 - $5000
The E2 Coach
Craig Juengling brings over two decades of executive level leadership and experience to his profession as a Professional and Executive Coach. His experience is principally in health care administration as a hospital CEO or as a Division President supervising hospital chief executives. He obtained an MBA from Louisiana State University in 1982.
Running his first hospital at age 29, Craig’s responsibilities grew progressively during his years with a Fortune 5000 specialty hospital company; when he left 7 years later, he was responsible for a division of eleven hospitals located in seven states, with over 1500 employees. Later in his career, Craig built Maryland’s second largest specialty health care system by acquiring competitors and implementing aggressive internal growth strategies. Over the course of ten years, his company grew from one location with $18 million in annual revenue to eight locations with nearly $80 million in annual revenue with over 750 employees.
In 2009 Craig made the decision to leave health care and pursue a passion to become a professional and executive coach. He completed his required post graduate coursework with a college certified by the International Coaching Federation. Craig focuses his coaching practice to meet the unique challenges of executives, entrepreneurs and business owners.
Craig loves team building, strategic planning and crafting plans necessary to successfully implement key results areas including employee engagement, growth and leadership development. He regularly conducts leadership seminars on Becoming the Employer of Choice, Understand and How to Use Your Strengths, Behavioral Interviewing, Change Management, and Building High Performance Teams. Craig also serves on the faculty of LSU’s Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute Executive Education Program and is sought out as a key note speaker for area business conferences.
1) BECOME THE EMPLOYER OF CHOICE: EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Dramatic changes are ahead in tomorrow’s workforce with retirement of the baby boomers and continued growth in number of “Gen X” and “Millennial” employees. C Level leaders and emerging leaders need to understand how employees become engaged, not just satisfied. Juengling humorously challenges leaders to understand what drives employee engagement (EE). He builds the business case and provokes them to think differently. Leaders will understand their roles in EE and the two most important drivers to creating a workforce that views the company’s success as their success, regardless of age.
2) THE COMING TSUNAMI: WORKFORCE 2020
Nearly 50% of the year 2020 workforce will be comprised of Millenials who will be lead by Gen X’ers… and baby boomers will be a minority of the workforce. The composition of the workforce will forever change and today’s leaders had better be prepared for the inevitable. How do you incorporate technology, social media and corporate responsibility… drivers of the future… into your strategies today? Ride the wave, or get your head slammed into the sand.
3) CHANGE MANAGEMENT: TRY SOMETHING NEW THIS TIME
Companies fail time and time again to create meaningful and sustainable change. This thought provoking presentation focuses on a proven model of change that means investing your employees in the process of change. Top down old school models fail again and again; leaders will learn three crucial elements to change management and how to have their employees lead the charge for change.
4) CAREER LIMITING MOVES: LESSONS IN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
The most frequent “derailer” of executive careers is the lack of emotional intelligence (EQ). Juengling explores the concepts of personal awareness and social awareness in a humorous but provocative way for C Level leaders and emerging leadership that pokes fun at the mistakes we all make. Leaders walk away laughing but also thinking about how to successfully incorporate EQ in their career.
5) SAFETY’S NEWEST DIMENSION: EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Creating a safe workplace saves lives and money. But employers get stuck on rules and procedures and miss the opportunity to dramatically reduce accidents at work through engaging their employees in a time tested way. The research on employee engagement (EE) and improving safety is compelling. Juengling humorously challenges leaders to understand what drives EE and their roles in creating a highly engaged workforce. He builds the business case and provokes them to think differently.