As a Consultant with Keystone Group International, Jim brings his experience in leadership coaching and consulting. Focused on understanding the in-depth personality, driving forces, and emotional intelligence that can help leaders learn and grow.
Jim Carr is a certified leadership coach where he works with individuals to truly create an environment where it is come to work because they are planning to win. Identifying who has the personality, the drive, and emotional intelligence and can help teams know their position, appropriately backs each other up and holds each other accountable for the overall business success.
Jim’s areas of expertise include coaching, providing powerful questions, TTI assessment interpretation, application, and facilitation. Jim helps his clients, who include CEOs of large institutions to Foremen in a gravel plant, to select, develop and retain their best employees for a winning environment. He has specialized in TTI (Target Training, Intl.) assessments including Emotional Intelligence, DISC, Driving Forces and the Hartman Value Profile. A SuperPower that has contributed to his success is being able to build rapport, trust, and relationships. Jim always has people’s best interests at heart. By taking these instruments deeper than most with his clients and their candidates, Jim provides them with foundational awareness to lead authentically.
Jim spent 21 years at Starkey Hearing Technologies (long before any negative news articles were written) where he worked in 14 different functions. Since then, he has expanded his experience to include all areas of business across many industries. He has a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. The purpose of Jim’s work is to serve others using the gifts and talents that God gave him,
What do you believe is a strength of Keystone as an organization?
Keystone is a dynamic, lively organization with strong people and servant focus that resonates with my values. They are in it to make an impact on people. To me, that is huge, and a “keystone” strength.
What’s your favorite past time?
70’s Rock & Roll. Singing them, playing drums to them, air guitar to them, you name it.
What is the coolest thing you’re working on right now?
Growing my character.