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John-Stigmon

John
Stigmon

Principal, ExecHQ Alliance
Based in Asheville, North Carolina
Experienced As:

CEO, COO, Chief Growth Officer, Chief Strategy Officer

President, Senior Vice President, Product Development Executive

Board Member, Board Vice-Chair

Expertise Includes:

  • Branding & Positioning
  • Business Operations
  • Competitive Strategy
  • Conscious Capitalism
  • Critical Thinking
  • Customer Experience Management
  • Entrepreneurial Thinking
  • Forecasting & Analysis
  • Startups
  • Strategic Planning
  • Succession Planning
    • Branding & Positioning
    • Business Operations
    • Competitive Strategy
    • Conscious Capitalism
    • Critical Thinking
    • Customer Experience Management
    • Entrepreneurial Thinking
    • Forecasting & Analysis
    • Startups
    • Strategic Planning
    • Succession Planning

John Stigmon is focused on the art of leadership. He shares that passion by assisting organizations in achieving superior business results utilizing a process that is non-linear, intuitive and holistic. Results allow organizations to improvise effectively in fast-changing environments and manage ongoing change for positive results.

Over the past 35 years, John has been active in the franchise and licensing industry as a CEO and COO. His experience has been focused on leading the marketing, operations, expansion, and development in the U.S. and 16 foreign countries, for a variety of US companies. As an entrepreneur, he co-founded and was CEO of the first American Indian owned franchise company, and later established a specialty executive coaching and consulting practice advising in organizational development, business start-up, and expansion.

John’s diverse experience includes being a CEO of a regional economic development collaborative and vice-chair of an American Indian tribe’s multi-million dollar off-reservation enterprise. One of John’s core values is to give back to his community and as a result, he has had many volunteer leadership opportunities including vice-chair of a municipal planning and zoning commission, board member of a not-for-profit organization committed to helping individuals with disabilities to become independent, and as a board member of a local community theater.

He has been an advisor to the Center for American Indian Economic Development and a member of the College of Arts and Letters Advisory Council both located at Northern Arizona University.