Supporting the growth and development of its clients is the goal of Coach It Out, LLC.
It’s through a committed partnership that the best breakthroughs are achieved for each client whether in their work or personal life.
Below are but a few of the clients who have benefited from working with Coach It Out, LLC.
“Working with John Jaramillo was a wonderful experience. The sessions were fun, interesting, & very informative, while remaining judgement free. John helped me identify skills and qualities I did not know existed, & after my meeting with him, I am confident I can apply these skills throughout the course of my career. I have come out of those sessions with a new confidence in my career.”
Bill, Coaching Client
“I had the pleasure of receiving leadership coaching from John a couple of years ago. Through our discussions, and his use of poignant questioning, I was able to adequately define my future and seek a more satisfying career path, while creating a more stable personal life for myself and my family. Through John’s expertise in adult behavior and psychology, he brings passion, vision and focus to his coaching style. He is inquisitive and supportive, while encouraging one to visualize their own future based upon their own goals and priorities. John’s professional opinion is one that I seek out time and time again, due to my admiration and respect for his fortitude, guidance and creativity. It is without reservation that I recommend John for leadership coaching – whether for one individual or an entire organization.”
Alison Newman Fisher, Program Director
LeanCT at State of Connecticut
“We had the privilege of John Jaramillo speaking to our local chapter of NSHMBA at our 4th annual Destination MBA event held at the beautiful Hartford Club. John spoke to our organization and discussed the drivers for leadership enhancement which is central to the mission of our organization. John has a unique and refreshing perspective on his own life experiences and guided us and motivated us to take a new look at the opportunities to show leadership in our own daily lives. I would recommend John as a speaker and we hope to hear him speak again at our events in the future.”
Margarita Giraldo, Vice President of Finance
Prospanica – Connecticut Chapter
“I sought out John’s leadership coaching services earlier this year as a way to gain new perspective on my career path and opportunities. John listened attentively and supportively, asked thoughtful questions and guided the discussion towards an action plan. His recommendations and feedback have shaped the way I approach my work, and have motivated me to expand my opportunities for growth and leadership in my current position. I recommend his coaching services without reservation.”
Kaitlin, Coaching Client
John has a unique & thoughtful perspective…& he made me think, re-think, plan & follow through on my plan! He is caring & attentive, while also being an accountability partner. Thanks for helping me move forward, John!
Robin Puchala, Non-Profit Professional, Coaching Client
“I listened and watched attentively as John addressed an audience of prospective college students attending the Quest Summit at Southern Connecticut State University. Within a few short minutes, John had their rapt attention, and, more importantly, the students’ faces reflected that his perspective on leadership and accountability was meeting a need. Any student development course would benefit from a Coach it Out session. Timely, relatable lessons that will stick with students over time are essential.”
Susan Monroe, Associate Professor, Developmental English
Housatonic Community College
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It's always great to have a conversation about who we are, what we do, and what's inspired us to share what we do with the world. Thank you so much for the time and talk, @NickWagnerSr! #leadership #coaching #podcast linkedin.com/posts/jmjarami… pic.twitter.com/v9qbczeJ54
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Leadership Lesson: There can be no growth or development forward if you’re tolerating too much, unwisely using your precious resources, including energy and reputation, to hold things together or keep appearances. #leadership #coaching #relationships ow.ly/YwgW30pnARA
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@VPsalesBD @AdamMGrant @seanmlandry It's important to define 1:1. They don't necessarily lead to micromanagement. The best ones I've seen are more, "What are you up to? What do you need? What's your plan going forward? Ok, after all that, here's what I can suggest. Let me know what you need before our next 1:1."
My top tip: Before you declare a major, go interview 5 people in the field you'd like to enter after graduation. The industry landscape will shift, but try to get a sense of what awaits you -- the good and the bad. #college #careers #development #life ow.ly/csLo30plqA5
We all need to remember: Just because something isn’t an issue to a leader, doesn’t mean others don’t consider it an issue. A leader should address all concerns, not just their own. #leadership #management #development #politics ow.ly/Nqk530plaHF
A big thank you to the those I’ve met in recent years who exemplify this mindset. Seeing you in action, making your world, organizations, and businesses what you want them to be, is inspiring. #business #leadership #coaching #entrepreneur ow.ly/givb30mG9vd
Leadership Lesson: We need to understand what it is that keeps us repeating those behaviors, habits, and practices that keep us from our best development and goals. Is it Fear? Complacency? Distraction? Tradition? #fear #legacy #development #leadership ow.ly/ccRg50vnrgy
There IS a huge difference between shyness and introversion. Most times, understanding the root of how you approach life, work, projects, and people, helps you work to harness it, refine it, to make it work for you. #introversion #shyness #development ow.ly/d7zC30kP0nv
What do you think? What have you seen? How much have you demonstrated when you've interviewed? Where is that sweet spot between This is who I am and This is what I can do for you? Resume alone is not enough. #interview #hiring #coaching #success ow.ly/FrGi30pfvn9
In our relationships, whether in work, business, or personal, we tend to talk about things that impact the everyday. But rarely do we speak about our relationships with the depth that underpins a eulogy. #appreciation #development #relationships #life ow.ly/Dbz550veyBC
#Brainstorming: Who are you recruiting into your desire to brainstorm on your life, projects, work, and business, avoiding the pitfall of just living in it, on cruise control, in reactive mode? #life #motivation #coaching #development #strategy coachitout.com/2019/07/who-do…
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