John King


John is co-author of The Coaching Revolution, from Adams Media, presenting best practices in the field of business and executive coaching. His second book, the best selling Tribal Leadership, is published by HarperCollins.   John serves as keynote speaker and is internationally recognized as a senior teacher, coach, and program leader. His executive clientele have been featured on all major television networks and in New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes. A brief sampling of John’s corporate, public sector and private sector clients include Intel, Cedars-Sinai Health System, SEHA (Abu Dhabi) Southern California Edison, CB Richard Ellis, Colliers International, The California State Appointed Executives, Amgen, The American Express High Potential Executive Development Program, The Executive Committee of The Los Angeles Department of Public Health, and The Space Frontier Foundation.   John was a ten-year member of the leadership development team at Sierra Health Foundation and served on faculty at Collier’s University, CB Richard Ellis University, and The California Leadership Institute.   From 1999-2011, John was a frequent lecturer at the Marshall School of Business and the Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. He delivers the capstone module, The Cultural Map, Triads and Strategy, for the University of Arizona Eller College of Management, Southwest Leadership Program, and was the 2012 Visiting Leadership Scholar lecturing on, Culture, Triads, and Strategy, at the University of Oklahoma. John is part of the senior faculty for the Central Eurasian Leadership Academy (CELA), the Middle East Leadership Academy (MELA), the South East Asia Leadership Academy (SEALA), and is Professor Emeritus for the Moscow International Leadership Academy (MILA)   John is a facilitator of The Samurai Game®, conducts an intensive seminar regarding the establishment and sustainability of Communities of Honor, entitled, The Gatherings, and is currently developing his next book, Tribal Possibilities: Building Stage 4 Communities of Honor.