Jack Ricchiuto
Jack Ricchiuto

The focus of Jack's work is coaching and facilitating leaders, organizations, and communities in building their capacity for change.

Over the past 3 decades, Jack continues to coach corporate executives, civic leaders, project teams, entrepreneurs, and physicians. He provides development for leaders across the US and globally and facilitates complex community engagement processes for economic and community development projects.

Jack is a respected conference speaker on the groundbreaking topics introduced in his books and work with organizations across 20 + industries, from Fortune 500 to start-ups, non-profits to communities. His client list includes MCI, American Greetings, Parker Hannifin, Viacom, American Institute Of Banking, University Hospitals, Progressive Insurance, and the Appalachian Center for Economic Networks.

The scope of Jack's services includes: Executive, leadership and team coaching, Large and small group facilitation, Qualitative research, Organization and community development, and Professional development workshops and seminars.

Jack is author of Collaborative Creativity, Accidental Conversations , Project Zen, Appreciative Leadership and the recently released Mountain Paths. Jack's current book projects are Dream Space: The Power & Practice of Dreaming in Community and Conscious Becoming. He has also written for national publications including Projects@Work and local publications like Smart Business Magazine.

With an undergraduate degree from John Carroll University and master's degree from Goddard College, Vermont, Jack continues to teach Executive MBA and post-graduate level classes including Post-Doctoral students at UC Berkeley. Jack is also a principal with Smart Meeting Design a collaboration facilitation and web technology firm working with non-profits and communities. He serves other national consulting firms including the Cobalt Group, the Capacity Institute, and the Rallus Group.