Friday, 13 July 2012

John Steinert has developed strong communication and interpersonal skills .

John Steinert served as the Principal of Deer Path Middle School, Lake Forest, Illinois, from July 2005 – November 2011. A visionary leader, change agent, recruiter and trainer of talent, and management professional, John is highly organized and detail oriented. He aims at obtaining a leadership position that plans, organizes and facilitates organizational training, solutions, support and development to obtain stronger business results. He is highly proficient with computers and has attended a large number of seminars including Train the Trainer, Managing Diversity, Instructional Design, Curriculum Development and Design, E-Learning development and Mentoring/Coaching. During his free time, he enjoys basketball, and golf. He loves to spend quality time with his family and also enjoys coaching his children’s sports teams.


John Steinert has worked as a visionary leader, change agent, recruiter and trainer of talent, and management professional. He has advanced skills in Applicant/Employee tracking systems like Applitrack, and Learning Management Systems such as Articulate, Moodle and Digital Chalk. Being a highly organized person, he identified, planned and executed needs for training, performance and educational programs, as well as recommended resources/vendors to achieve organizational objectives. He introduced and designed a technology initiative, as well as implemented online evaluation system which resulted into 20 percent increase in the achievement of goals. 

 Well regarded for his exceptional leadership abilities, JohnSteinert has proven track record of accomplishment regarding key projects and overseeing various initiatives like education, research and support. He has excellent listening skills, and an ability to learn new technologies and adapt to changing circumstances. He earned his Bachelor of Education degree in Secondary Education/History from Trinity International University, Deerfield, Illinois, and thereafter attended National-Louis University in Wheeling to pursue his Masters of Education in Administrative/Educational Leadership.  


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