Presents
Every single Olympic athlete has a coach.

Every. Single. One.

Top performers have coaches. If you want to become more influential there's nothing to shortcut the process and produce solid ROI like hiring a coach. An influence coach is an advisor, accountability partner, and PR program all in one.

If you're an executive looking to build your personal brand and engage in thought leadership by writing a book, giving speeches, launching a podcast, or landing PR in top business publications, our coaches can guide you through the process, saving you precious time to figure it all out on your own.

Meet the Coaches
Robyn D. Shulman, M.Ed.
LinkedIn named Robyn as the #1 Top Voice in Education for 2018. Also, alongside Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson, and Bill Gates, Robyn is one of 500 individuals officially designated as Influencers on LinkedIn, and is a 5-year beta tester and part of an invite-only LinkedIn advisory team providing input on new features and practices. This gives her unique insight into how to best use LinkedIn to build a personal brand and engage in thought leadership as its algorithm evolves. Robyn’s 200,000+ LinkedIn followers as well as readers of the articles she contributes to Forbes and The Next Web enjoy her take on topics related to education, technology, and influence.

Robyn is the lead LinkedIn coach at Influencer Inc where she works directly with our clients to advise them on their personal branding, content, and social media strategies. Robyn also manages our team of LinkedIn experts.
Josh Steimle
Josh is the author of Chief Marketing Officers at Work, a TEDx speaker, and has written or been featured in over 300 articles in publications like Fortune, Time, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Mashable, and Forbes. Josh’s articles and posts on LinkedIn have been seen millions of times and have resulted in PR exposure in major publications around the world. Josh is the founder and CEO of Influencer Inc. 

Josh works one-on-one with Fortune 500 executives, top VCs, and entrepreneurs to build their personal brands and produce thought leadership content.
Robyn D. Shulman, M.Ed.
Alongside Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson, and Bill Gates, Robyn is one of 500 individuals officially designated as Influencers on LinkedIn, and is a 5-year beta tester and part of an invite-only LinkedIn advisory team providing input on new features and practices. Robyn regularly posts content focused on education to her more than 180,000 LinkedIn followers as well as her readers in publications she contributes to such as Forbes and The Next Web.

Robyn is the lead LinkedIn coach at Influencer Inc where she works directly with our clients advising them on their personal branding, content, and social media strategies, as well as managing our team of LinkedIn experts.
Josh Steimle
Josh is the founder and CEO of Influencer Inc. Josh’s articles and posts on LinkedIn have been seen millions of times and have resulted in PR exposure in major publications around the world. Josh is the author of Chief Marketing Officers at Work, a TEDx speaker, and has written or been featured in over 300 articles in publications like Fortune, Time, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Mashable, and Forbes.

An expert on personal branding and influence, Josh works closely with Robyn and other members of the LinkedIn service team at Influencer Inc to create strategies and processes that turn clients into thought leaders.
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Why You Need An Executive Influence Coach
“I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum capabilities.”
Bob Nardelli, former CEO, Home Depot

“I’ll bet most of the companies that are in life-or-death battles got into that kind of trouble because they didn’t pay enough attention to developing their leaders.”
Wayne Calloway, former Chairman, Pepsico, Inc.

“In a recent study, training alone improved leadership skills by 22%. When combined with Executive Coaching, improvement jumps to 77%.”
Fortune

“Who exactly seeks out a coach? Winners who want more out of life.”
Chicago Tribune

“Once used to bolster troubled staffers, coaching now is part of the standard leadership development training for elite executives and talented up-and-comers at IBM, Motorola, J.P. Morgan, Chase, and Hewlett Packard. These companies are discreetly giving their best prospects what star athletes have long had: a trusted adviser to help reach their goals.”
CNN.com
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All Rights Reserved.