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WELL COACHED FOUNDER & CEO
As a business co-pilot, Chris Weinberg has watched many businesses face similar challenges at the same point in their journey. With coaching and consulting, Chris and Well Coached preserves the culture, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit that gave your company momentum while maintaining balance and instilling structure for new horizons.
Chris believes People, Sales, Profits and Self are equal contributors to the success of your business. His commitment and expertise focuses on leadership solutions and tactical best practices to ensure these legs of your business are in balance. He zooms in on the importance of communication between partners, and across company employees.
With a headquarters in Nashville and clients coast to coast, Chris often works with creative entrepreneurs, including some of today's most successful business leaders in the music industry, architecture, design and film.
He has also worked extensively with clients in the transportation, financial services and hospitality sectors.
He knows how to make your company Corporate Enough.
A breadth of experience, both in key leadership positions and in diverse sectors, sets Chris apart.
Among his engagements:
- Chief Operating Officer of a highly successful company that led to a public offering
- President and Partner of multi-location businesses
- Founder and CEO of one of the nation’s largest hospitality consulting firms
- Acting CEO of several growth and turnaround companies
For more than 20 years, Chris has helped businesses keep their flexibility and unique personality while developing predictable and sustainable operating practices. He blends his experiences with principles from Ken Blanchard –organizational management thought leader and best-selling author of The One Minute Manager —and the DiSC profile system. With these tools and uncanny, innate ability, Chris molds concepts, provides operational frameworks and teaches skills for business success.
Well Coached works with clients of all backgrounds and is equally comfortable engaging with Fortune 500 companies as with organizations in their infancy.