Coaches are judged based upon Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), including banked revenues.
Kemper sees opportunity in the middle of the current economic crisis and believes this is the best time to outshine competition and come out a winner.
“I believe you can accomplish anything you commit to – despite this ailing economy,” he said. “Through my determination, I have been able to grow and improve.”
ActionCOACH, through its vast network of Business Coaches in the U.S. has been helping the small-and-medium sized sector become more resilient. In the current economic climate, small businesses are in need of help and by empowering these businesses, the economy will bounce back.
“As our top coach, Earl is bringing great results to all his clients,” ActionCOACH founder and CEO Brad Sugars said. “His success stands testimony to the fact that there is much opportunity – even in the midst of the present economic climate.”
Kemper’s business coaching firm was also in the “Top 10 Firms” list – world-wide.
“We are building our firm of coaches to propel our clients to be the best in their industries and professions in 2009 as well as into the future,” he said.
The following coaches from the U.S. were recognized in the “Top 100 Coaches” list for the month of November. Numbers indicate the world ranking for each Coach:
Earl Kemper 1
John Lankford 16
Monte Wyatt 31
Jennifer Hines 38
Tom Palzewicz 42
Duane Shover 58
Doug Savidge 68
Chuck Kocher 71
Jody Johnson 73
Jeff Miller 79
Paul Sylvester 86
Paul Currie 90
Wayne Kurzen 94
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