Contact Phone: 815-243-1416
Contact Email: PaulMcGinnisGroup@gmail.com
At Paul McGinnis Group, we believe that leaders can authentically, intentionally achieve
continuously higher levels of team performance while building human centric workplaces. We
partner with leaders to authentically, intentionally co-create places where people want to work,
where break through results are achieved, and where work, life balance is obtain for both leaders
and the teams they support. We do this through by:
- Giving transformational presentations and key note addresses. We speak on the following
• The Art of Letting Go…No Really, How to Get Over It and Go Forward
- Facilitating one on one and group coaching sessions.
- Deliver EQ- I 2.0 and EQ360 assessment
- Delivering virtual and on-site leadership skill building workshops. Workshop titles
• Leadership Foundations
• Building Engaged Teams.
• Leader as Listener.
• Leader as Coach.
• Leader as Skill Developer.
• Leader as Visionary.
• Leader as Change Agent.
These services can be combined to deliver transformational experiences that drives culture
change, grows leaders skills, and builds engaged teams that crush performance goals without
- Art of Letting Go…Really, How to Get Over It and Go Forward.
The ability to quickly learn from and move past conflict and hurt feelings is critical to success in
business and in everyday life. In this speech, we demonstrate and practice a proven process to let
go of conflict and hurt feelings, to intentionally get over the situation, and authentically move
beyond the situation empowered and in control.
Hearing Paul speak has made a significant difference in how my team is inspired to be change
agents and how they can better overcome disappointments in everyday life. We are truly a better
team for it. Denise Kirby, Procurement Director
Paul’s message was delivered with great professionalism. It was evident that my other
colleagues agreed that it was engaging, humorous, relative, and inspiring. He provided great
insight on how to address our personal and professional life’s disappointments, set-backs, and
tragedies. He left us with motivation and a desire to learn from our hardships and use them to
make positive changes in our lives. Rebecca Class, Associate Project Manager
He sets the stage by being informal, so the audience will open up and participate in an open
dialog. However, he also knows when to bring everyone back in and proceed to the next
point of his presentation. Tom Gosche, Business Strategist