Jean Krisle’s mission is to find opportunity both in the midst of challenge and in the spotlight of success. This personal desire to expand outcomes is rooted in her deep-seated belief that “you may be great, but you can still be better.” Jean lives and breathes the desire to always look for opportunity and build from it. She wants you to think bigger, stand out from everyone around you, and make a difference – even if it’s only in your life, your company, your world.
Consulting, Coaching & Training
Targeting your specific challenges, Jean’s workshop training provides the opportunity to rediscover strengths, build from weakness and excelerate!
Jean begins the workshop process with online individual team member interviews. She helps to develop an achievable, collaborative plan for transforming your organization.
Jean will involve your team – both those impacted and those impacting – to create an immediate sense of ownership across the board.
This new sense of purpose and pride will translate and transfer to your entire team and customer base.
Too often the roadblocks to exceleration seem insurmountable, when in reality they are easily removed when the correct tools and skills are implemented.
Success in never a done deal. A single achievement does not preclude another challenge right around the corner. It’s always time to Stop, Look and Excelerate!
“There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world: those who are afraid to try and those who are afraid you will succeed.” – Ray Goforth
You Matter. They Matter.
Over the course of her life and throughout her career, Jean has felt moments of despair, a lack of confidence, and the overwhelming fear of failure. As she travels as a speaker, nearly everywhere she goes, she meets individuals who are experiencing those same challenging emotions. Jean’s presentations always include a message to help individuals recognize their own value.
The bottom line: we all matter and we all have value, no matter our experience in life, no matter our level of education, no matter what others think, no matter our race, gender, religion, or hair color. Sometimes we just need someone else to help us recognize it.