John McKee understands what it takes to get things done.
He was one of the founding senior executive team of DIRECTV, regarded by many as one of the world’s most successful business launches. Recruited from Canada, he subsequently developed and oversaw some of that company’s greatest achievements.
With decades of firsthand experience in executive suites and boardrooms, he’s built organizations from scratch, led turnarounds, and oversaw the hiring, promotions, layoffs and firings of literally thousands of people.
Consequently, John witnessed firsthand the need for a different kind of coaching network. He noted:
“Statistically, most organizations fail. And most coaching organizations have failed for similar reasons: Insufficient capital, unsuccessful communications programs, poor brand awareness, a lack of marketing and sales expertise.
Additionally, the world of coaching has grown and morphed considerably. There are now over 47,500 practicing coaches but at the same time, many economies have suffered. And money is tighter than ever. To succeed in this environment, a coach is wise to have associates beyond her location – to extend their reach.”
In 2001, John established Business Success Coach as his private practice. The Business Success Coach Network©, also known as BSCN©, grew from the success of his practice.
In addition to leading our Associate Coaches, John is often seen on television programs nationwide, heard on radio across North America, and read in magazines and newspapers worldwide including Forbes, Fortune, Elle, Men’s Health, US World Weekly News, The Wall Street Journal, Canada’s Globe and Mail and many local or smaller vehicles.
Still actively engaged in coaching, John has a well-earned reputation for helping his clients
move forward quickly. As a thought leader and author, he has a reputation for matching real-world solutions with state of the art coaching techniques. With 30 years’ experience, he knows what works, and what doesn’t.
Married to Susan Leslie McKee since 1974, John has 3 children and 2 grand children. Living in California, he is active with Art Trek, a non-profit organization dedicated to getting the arts back into schools that, due to budget cuts, may be unable to provide it on their own.
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