J2N Global is based in Tampa, Florida and leads an international network of certified associates who serve as translators, facilitators, and consultants and who provide change and leadership solutions world wide using J2N services and products. J2N Global relies on the experience and insight of an elite group of advisory board members that include: Bob Pettus: Former Assistant Chairman of the Board, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, Daryl Holt: COO, Electronic Arts, Kevin Henry: Chief HR Officer, Extended Stay America, Winnie Wang: CEO Visionary Consulting, Shanghai, China, Arinya Talerngsri: Managing Director APMGroup, Bangkok, Thailand, Bill Dixon: Former Director, Media Relations, Google, Inc.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”
– Lao Tzu
About J2N Global
About Bill Poole
Bill Poole, CEO and president of J2N Global, is an international author, speaker, coach, and consultant. He is recognized as an innovative pioneer in leadership and change solutions for individuals, teams, and organizations. His groundbreaking materials evolved from more than 30 years of experience in the trenches coaching leaders in business, education, and non-profit organizations.
Bill’s work with successful international consulting partners, large organizations (EA, Coca-Cola, Nike, IBM, Caterpillar), small and medium-sized organizations in growth transition, and corporate mergers and acquisitions provides a solid foundation for his collaborative partnerships and creative processes for transformational change.
Bill leads a worldwide network of J2N Global associates who serve as translators, facilitators, coaches, and consultants that utilize his materials to coach many of the largest and most successful companies in the world. This global experience gives Bill a relevant understanding of diverse cultures and learning styles. His most recent creations grew from his broad-based consulting and coaching expertise and his Ed. D. professional development course work at Columbia International University.
Special thanks to James Silvera for the black and white journey photos and thanks to Caroline Hanna for the author photos.