Rod Wittich Brings 17 Years of Corporate Experience to ActionCOACH
Sold on ActionCOACH's world-class systems, Rod Wittich has joined ActionCOACH from Iowa.
Las Vegas, NV, --(PR.com)-- Master Licensee David Drewelow has named Rod Wittich as the newest ActionCOACH in Iowa.
His office will be located in Coralville, Iowa which is an extension of Iowa City.
Prior to joining ActionCOACH, Wittich spent 17 years in business, including 13 years in Fortune 500 Companies. During this time he earned his MBA at the University of Iowa.
He was responsible for growing a multi-country team from thirteen members to forty-five members in eighteen months. He also developed the systems and processes used to identify, track, and complete cost reduction projects which help the division exceed its goals three years in a row.
Wittich also has five years of corporate coaching experience during which time he successfully coached high-level managers and executives.
A passion for coaching prompted Wittich to look around for opportunities congruent to his goals.
"Coming from a family of business owners, I have wanted to be a business owner for many years," he said. "Five years ago I became a corporate coach, and I developed a passion for coaching. Since then I have wanted to start a coaching business. Fortunately, I heard about ActionCOACH."
Wittich was impressed by ActionCOACH. "I was very impressed at the thoroughness of the system, and it is the system that sold me," he said.
Wittich is excited about this new opportunity to develop his career in an area he has been passionate about for a long time.
"The passion comes from helping others improve themselves and their situations," he said.
A youth coach for soccer, baseball and football, Wittich is also the Wickham PTO Treasurer. He is a member of the BNI, the Chamber of Commerce, the International Coach Federation, the American Society for Quality, and the Project Management Institute.
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