Board Certified Coach
Ken Kovach Speaking Topics include:
- Cleveland Peoples and Cultures – A tour of the world in your backyard highlighting cultural, nationality, ethnic, and racial groups.
- Cleveland’s International Communities and their organizations –A sociological perspective on intergroup relations in Northeast Ohio.
- Nonprofit Board Development – How to keep your nonprofit board accountable and connected with its stakeholders; special board assessment tool – Board Rx.
- Working with a Coach – How to select a coach for personal professional development. What are effective professional development assessment tools?
Kenneth J. Kovach is a Board Certified Coach and President of the KENNETH J KOVACH Company. Ken has built upon his advanced studies in sociology to develop a 30-year-plus professional practice in the fields of human resources development and organization development. He has special expertise in the fields of: coaching, creativity and innovation, leadership development, ethnic/minority group relations, and strategic planning.
Ken’s extensive experience as coach, consultant, and designer/presenter of educational and training programs has engaged him at all levels and ranges of employees, managers, and senior leadership in the business, governmental, and not-for-profit sectors. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies as well as family-owned businesses and individual entrepreneurs. As a highly-skilled group facilitator, he has conducted hundreds of sessions across the United States and internationally. For 10 years he has served as lead facilitator for NASA’s “Linking Leaders” Program – a national program for developing statewide action plans for math, science, and technology education.
He is also President, Board of Directors, International Community Council-Worldwide Intercultural Network (ICC-WIN). He is a 2102 inductee onto the Cleveland International Hall of Fame. Ken has served as Choirmaster and Ecclesiarch at St. Theodosius Cathedral for over 45 years. He served over 20 years as a member of Shaker Heights City Council.