Craig Juengling, PCC, brings over two decades of executive level leadership and experience to his profession as an Executive Coach. His experience is principally in health care administration as a hospital CEO or as a Division President supervising hospital chief executives. He obtained an MBA from Louisiana State University in 1982.
Running his first hospital at age 29, Craig’s responsibilities grew progressively during his years with a Fortune 5000 specialty hospital company; when he left 7 years later, he was responsible for a division of eleven hospitals located in seven states, with over 1500 employees. Later in his career, Craig built Maryland’s second largest specialty health care system by acquiring competitors and implementing aggressive internal growth strategies. Over the course of ten years, his company grew from one location with $18 million in annual revenue to eight locations with nearly $80 million in annual revenue with over 750 employees.
In 2009 Craig made the decision to leave health care and pursue a passion to become a professional and executive coach. He is one of an elite group of Executive Coaches certified by the International Coach Federation. Less than 2500 coaches in the United States have obtained the Professional Certified Coach (PCC)l credentials and even fewer bring his two decades of C-Level experience to the coaching profession.
Craig focuses his coaching practice to meet the unique challenges of executives, entrepreneurs and business owners. He loves team building and coaching executives to successfully implement key results areas including employee engagement, growth, and leadership development. He regularly conducts leadership seminars on Becoming the Employer of Choice, Understand How to Use Your Strengths, Behavioral Interviewing, Change Management, and Building High Performance Teams. Craig also serves on the faculty of LSU’s Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute Executive Education Program and is sought out as a keynote speaker for area business conferences.