Jason Spears – Albany Business Coach
Some of the most influential people in my life have been coaches. That connection with a coach can be so powerful. Especially with the kind of coach that can see the potential in you, that believes in you, whose sole motivation is seeing you become the best version of yourself.
I’ve been so fortunate to have those kinds of coaches in my life. Their example continues to fuel me and I strive to be that coach for others, everyday.
One of the greatest privileges in my life is to help people fulfill their dreams and visions of why they started in the first place. Joining people on their journey and witnessing them grow and develop into everything they were meant to become.
I’ve lead and helped turn around struggling departments and organizations for over 20 years. As a coach and consultant, I’ve advised business leaders, worked closely with them as they overcame obstacles, and counseled them on leadership strategies. I’ve provided leadership training through state government programs and to leaders in the not-for-profit and medical industries. While I didn’t do it for awards or recognition, I’ve been fortunate to be a top 40 under 40 award winner.
I’ve had people come to me during some of their darkest, most anxious moments. They continue to put their trust in me because they know I’ll give them my undivided attention. They know I care deeply about them and their business. They know that the outcome is as important to me as it is to them.
My coaching philosophy has always been about helping leaders and businesses transform. You could say I thrive on transformation. I’ve always been at my best when I feel the deck is stacked against me and I feel my calling is to be there for others when they feel the deck is stacked against them. It’s when some of the most creative solutions present themselves, and the most amazing transformations occur.
The greatest compliment I’ve had from a client? “Jason genuinely cares about me as a person and our success as an organization.”
My best piece of business advice? Never stop learning and growing as a leader!
You teach what you know, but you impart who you are.