Shane founded and served as CEO of successful industry-disrupting companies including TMS of Iowa, LLC, which is now one of the leading neurostimulation clinics in the country.
He later co-founded Compass Clinical Associates, PLLC, which has grown into the largest independent full-service psychiatry clinic in the State of Iowa. Shane consults top psychiatry clinics across the country and is considered an expert in the field of transcranial magnetic stimulation and neuromodulation therapy clinic development.
Shane is a leadership coach, working with emerging and established leaders in the business world and in churches. He is passionate about equipping leaders by identifying their core strengths and helping them develop and flourish within the organizations they serve.
Shane is particularly adept at helping the leader catch vision of opportunities that may be difficult for the leader to see, and help develop these discoveries into working, living new realities. Not everyone is the same, and Shane works with leaders based on what makes them unique.
John is the founder and principle of Influence On Purpose. He is a member of the Human Capital Institute and is a certified Master Human Capital Strategist.
Prior to Influence on purpose, John served as the Chief Organization/Operations Officer for Robinson Investments where he worked with the CEO to help the company transition from a family led business to an executive team of professional managers. He also was the Chief Human Capital Officer and Director of Leadership Development and Executive Coaching at Sequent, where he provided training and coaching to executives and leadership teams.
Randy Stover was the founder and CEO of two companies and the CEO of another over the past 10 years.
Randy’s first company ranked 327 on the Inc. 500 list in 2011 and 777 on the 2012 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing privately held companies in the US.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur Randy was a career soldier, retiring from the Army in 2008. He spent over 16 years in a Department of Defense Special Mission Unit conducting sensitive intelligence operations globally with multiple combat tours in the middle east. He brings a unique perspective to business leadership founded in the hard lessons of executing and leading Special Operations missions in hostile environments.
Craig Weiss is the Founder & CEO of Aladdin Dreamer, Inc. a technology company that is designing a wearable that utilizes patented technology to both track and enhance sleep.
Prior to Aladdin, Craig was the President & CEO of NJOY, Inc. which he led to become the world’s largest independent electronic cigarette and vaping company. During his three and half years as CEO, Craig generated over $150M in revenue, and raised $200M in equity financing (starting at a $10M pre-money valuation and reaching over a $1 Billion valuation in 2014).
Craig Weiss has nine patents to his own name, including four for medical devices. A published author, Craig co-authored I Am My Brother’s Keeper, which features a foreword from Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu. Craig is a frequent speaker at A.S.U’s W.P. Carey School of Business and Harvard Business School.
20 Years of Growth Leadership.
As a CEO RJ has led 2 companies that appeared in the Inc 500. As Chairman of the Board or as a Board member he has been part of teams that have collectively been on the Inc 5000 over 15 times. As a strategic growth coach he has worked with over 100 leaders to achieve spectacular results.
RJ’s coaching focuses on aligning the company strategy and leadership with the items that drive revenue growth and overall sustainability.
Otto Beatty is coach, advisor, investor, serial entrepreneur, and attorney. Otto brings a passionate and interdisciplinary approach that will help you grow your business and make sure you avoid fatal mistakes.
Over the past 15 years, he has owned and operated two award-winning companies, one of which was named to Inc 5000 and was twice named his region’s corporate supplier of the year. Additionally, he has been a board member and key advisor to several high-growth businesses, microbusinesses and social enterprises.
Prior to his business career, Otto was a partner in one of America’s 50 largest law firms, specializing in Corporate Bankruptcy and Business Restructuring.
He recently received the designation as Certified Business Advisor by the Ohio Department of Development and is currently advising the City of Columbus on the effectivenesss of the city’s entrepreneural ecosystem and growing businesses in the urban core.