United States Leadership Training Expert

John Lentini
Greenwood Lake, United States

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John Lentini is the President of BOLD Training Corp and an authorized partner of Crestcom International in the greater New York City area. John facilitates interactive leadership development workshops which focus on structured, well-defined leadership skills. Through this measured process, participants realize sustained behavioral change in the workplace . . . and ultimately improvement to the bottom line through more effective leadership.
Born and raised in eastern Queens on the outskirts of New York City, John now resides in New York's Hudson Valley with his wife, Joanna. In his previous corporate management career of over 21 years, John led large Finance and Operations organizations for several global investment banks with roles based in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific.
John's official passion for leadership development was first ignited back in 2014 while planning and delivering a customized Coaching & Mentoring program for an NGO based in South Africa. He has since helped to develop leaders around the world from Poland to the Maldives to his hometown of New York.
John holds an M.B.A. from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Fairfield University. Through work, study and leisure, John has had the good fortune to visit all 7 continents and over 70 countries. He still enjoys world travel and scuba diving . . . but, most of all, John enjoys developing tomorrow’s business and industry leaders, and helping them to maximize their true potential.
John is Crestcom’s state-wide Area Representative for New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Featured Webinar

Creating a Workplace Culture That Combats Imposter Syndrome

The cost of imposter syndrome can be high at both the individual and organizational levels. Lost productivity, increased healthcare costs, and higher turnover rates can hurt the bottom line of any business. Workers with imposter syndrome can miss out on promotions and pay raises because they are afraid to negotiate. Add to that the health costs of stress, burnout, and loss of talent, the need for leaders to address the problem of imposter syndrome becomes clear. Join us for this important discussion about how leaders can take action to create a supportive workplace culture and combat imposter syndrome on their teams.

Featured Whitepaper

Rebuilding Trust

Rebuilding Trust in Leadership

Societal, institutional, and organizational trust is at an all-time low. The 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that political unrest, a global pandemic, and years of government and corporate scandals have eroded people's trust in leaders worldwide. A survey of more than 33,000 respondents in 28 countries revealed that a majority of respondents believe that government leaders and business leaders are purposefully misleading people by saying things that are not true. Taking the key elements of trust into consideration, managers can take action to foster trust and improve workplace performance.

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Featured Resources

Ending Hidden Bias in the Employee Journey

Creating a diverse and inclusive culture at work is a top priority for most organizations. However, even with the best intentions, any organization can have hidden biases that can come into play throughout the employee journey. Experts have found that unconscious bias...

Improve Your Team’s Accountability by Asking the Right Questions

One of the top responsibilities of management is to hold their teams accountable. However, most leaders struggle with actually accomplishing this task. The topic of accountability is often associated with negative situations and unpleasant conversations. When leaders...

Self-Care for Leadership Resilience with Jill Cruz, MS, CNS

Self-Care for Leadership Resilience with Jill Cruz, MS, CNS Jenn DeWall: Hi everyone. It’s Jenn DeWall. And on this week’s episode of The Leadership Habit podcast, I sat down with Jill Cruz. Jill Cruz, MS, CNS, specializes in weight loss, and she helps professional...

"The right person in the right role! I had the pleasure of attending Leadership Skills training for managers conducted by John a few years back, and consider it one of the most impactful personal development sessions I’ve participated in. In addition to being extremely engaging as a presenter, John skillfully..." Read More

-Edye Kwiecien , Vice President
Credit Suisse, New York

"John visited Six Senses Laamu resort in May 2016, and conducted several powerful workshops and presentations which had a lasting and meaningful impact on the resort staff and management. His workshop on Social and Communication skills was particularly well-received. John is a passionate leader and an engaging speaker whom I..." Read More

-Marteyne van Well , General Manager
Six Senses Laamu, Maldives

"In 2014, John facilitated a Mentoring and Coaching program for our countrywide supervisors. The curriculum was perfectly suited for what our staff needed, and they have seen lasting benefits to this day. The blended approach mixing live facilitation, compelling video media and interactive workshops always kept the pace high-energy, optimizing..." Read More

-Vanessa Francis , Country Director
Room to Read, South Africa

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"The right person in the right role! I had the pleasure of attending Leadership Skills training for managers conducted by John a few years back, and consider it one of the most impactful personal development sessions I’ve participated in. In addition to being extremely engaging as a presenter, John skillfully conveyed topics in a relatable manner while providing the participants with tools that were simple to implement yet effective! And the interactive aspect of the session facilitated effectiveness of my learning experience even further, linking theory with practice. John’s ability to combine his financial sector experience along with excellent coaching and presentation skills set him apart as one of the most sought after training facilitators in my regional division at that time."

-Edye Kwiecien , Vice President
Credit Suisse, New York

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"John visited Six Senses Laamu resort in May 2016, and conducted several powerful workshops and presentations which had a lasting and meaningful impact on the resort staff and management. His workshop on Social and Communication skills was particularly well-received. John is a passionate leader and an engaging speaker whom I highly recommend to any organization looking to develop their people as leaders."

-Marteyne van Well , General Manager
Six Senses Laamu, Maldives

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"In 2014, John facilitated a Mentoring and Coaching program for our countrywide supervisors. The curriculum was perfectly suited for what our staff needed, and they have seen lasting benefits to this day. The blended approach mixing live facilitation, compelling video media and interactive workshops always kept the pace high-energy, optimizing engagement and enabling meaningful outputs. As a participant myself, I personally drew real value from the program. Perhaps more importantly, as a leader of others in the program, I can say that our organization has realized sustained and broad-based dividends."

-Vanessa Francis , Country Director
Room to Read, South Africa

Contact John Lentini

Contact Info

  • Po Box 966, Greenwood Lake, New York 10925-0966, United States
  • (929) 341-9889
  • (929) 341-9889

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Creating a Workplace Culture That Combats Imposter Syndrome

The cost of imposter syndrome can be high at both the individual and organizational levels. Lost productivity, increased healthcare costs, and higher turnover rates can hurt the bottom line of any business. Workers with imposter syndrome can miss out on promotions and pay raises because they are afraid to negotiate. Add to that the health costs of stress, burnout, and loss of talent, the need for leaders to address the problem of imposter syndrome becomes clear. Join us for this important discussion about how leaders can take action to create a supportive workplace culture and combat imposter syndrome on their teams.

August 26th, 2021 at 10:00AM ET

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