For more than 30 years, Bob Johnson has searched for and developed leadership potential in organizations through his coaching of senior executives and their teams. Working with organizations from 10 to 90,000 employees in size and in a variety of industries, both public and private, profit and not-for-profit, Bob has consistently helped organizations and individuals achieve their goals. Workshops, retreats, and team building initiatives are all a part of his rich portfolio of experiences. Bob has been described as "one of the leading, most seasoned, executive coaches with a style best described as one of benevolent irreverence."

Bob's executive coaching experience is complemented by his whole company teamwork sessions (half day to multi day), senior executive planning and strategy sessions and retreats including teamwork exercises using his extensive Outward Bound experience. As part of his coaching, Bob also conducts workshops in Conflict Resolution, Recognition, Employee Retention, Situational Leadership, Ethical Persuasion, Change, Risk, Trust and Corporate and Personal Values.

Bob holds two degrees from the Minnesota State University at Mankato. He is a qualified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator facilitator and is certified to use the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i) and the Firo-B indicator, all critical tools for coaching. He is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and holds several volunteer roles leading the Executive Coach Committee and serving on the Executive Coach Summit. He is a founding member and a past president of the Calgary Association of Professional Coaches.

Bob is a trained coach having completed several coach training programs over his coaching careers, the most recent being the Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) program from the Center For Right Relationship.