About Brian

As you may know, personal and business coaching has received quite a bit of media attention in the past few years.  In fact, the profession of coaching, Coach University and other training institutions, have been covered on the NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, Oprah, CNBC, CBS This Morning, CNN, CNBC, The Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Newsweek and USA Today as well as in over 300 other major media outlets.  Coaching has received this positive attention because of the success of the clients who use a coach.

Brian Howe is such a coach and inspires his clients to live by their values, achieve goals, make more money, find work that they love, reduce stress, make more time for themselves, improve their health, have fun and make their dreams come true.  He shows them how to apply these principles to running their lives and businesses, while caring for valued employees, colleagues, customers, and family.

Along with his wife Lynn, and daughters, Stacey, Erin and Nicole, Brian has been a resident of Rockdale County, Georgia, an Atlanta suburb, for sixteen years and has lived in metro Atlanta since 1979.  He has over 30 years of business experience, 16 of which has been operating his own consulting/coaching companies.

Brian received a Bachelor of Science from Jacksonville University, where he was a member of its first undefeated NCAA soccer team.  He is still very fond of soccer and was an assistant “Select” soccer coach at the Rockdale Youth Soccer Association (RYSA).  He is a past Chairman of the Conyers-Rockdale Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Committee and was awarded the ‘Chairperson of the Year — 2000’ and is currently the Chairman of the Innovation Alliance, a large employer roundtable, Co-Chairman of the O.P.E.N. entrepreneurial boot camp, which trains as many as 30 attendees twice each year on business success, and he is a master business and personal network consultant/trainer for the Chamber and its members.

Brian was professionally trained by Coach University, one of the oldest and most highly regarded coach training programs in the world.  He is a member of the International Coach Federation and serves as a member of the adjunct faculty for CoachVille.  He is a Certified Mediator in the states of Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama.

For nearly 16 years, Brian has been a member of one of the largest professional associations, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and holds the designation of SPHR, Senior Professional in Human Resources, and he is a past vice president of the Central Georgia Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management.