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Jordan Goldrich partners with senior executives who have an uncommon desire for results, lead their teams and accomplish the mission. He believes they are critical for success in our volatile, complex, and uncertain times. Some are experienced as abrasive and may be called names like bully. His mission is help them achieve respect and positive relationships while they take performance to an even higher level.

Jordan is Founder and CEO of Workplace Warrior, Inc. a consulting firm which provides executive coaching and leadership development. He is co-author of the Amazon best seller, Workplace Warrior: People Skills For the No-Bullshit Executive. He is producer and host of the podcast, Workplace Warrior: People Skills For The No-BS Executive which can be found on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher and Google.

Jordan’s understanding of warriors is informed by his work with The Honor Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on helping Navy SEALs, Green Berets and the U.S. Special Forces Community to transition to the civilian workforce.
As Chief Operations Officer of a healthcare company, he was instrumental in creating an 800% revenue increase over seven years, attaining a California Knox-Keene license and executing an acquisition by WellPoint Health Networks. He created a customer driven culture and utilized cross-functional team problem solving methods rooted in what is now known as Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma.

He is also a partner in CUSTOMatrix, Inc., a business consulting firm whose mission is building healthy, growing and resilient businesses that deliver successful futures. He has over 35 years’ experience working successfully with Fortune 500 Companies, closely held and family owned business, government and non-profit organizations. He has 14 years’ experience as a senior executive coach with the Center for Creative Leadership (

Jordan is certified as a Master Corporate Executive Coach by the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches ( and a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation ( He has a master’s degree in social work, a master’s degree in education (counseling) and is a California Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Media Pitch

As a master corporate executive coach, I work with leaders who have an uncommon desire for success, who lead their teams and accomplish the mission. I believe they have a warrior spirit that is critical for success in our volatile, uncertain times. Some may be perceived as abrasive. I challenge them to compare themselves to the best warriors on the planet, the Navy SEALs, by committing to serving with humility, controlling their emotions, and placing the welfare and security of others before their own.

I’m Jordan Goldrich and I was one of those people. Sometimes I still am. I grew up in a New York City Housing Project in a family that was loud by even New York standards. As a chief operations officer, I once I lost a job because I was experienced as overly direct. That is a powerful story I can share with your listeners.

I would love to give your audience a unique perspective on workplace abrasiveness and about driving results without damaging relationships.

Talking Points or Standard Questions

1) What are the four types of no-bullshit leaders?
2) Is one type better suited for long term success?
3) What can our business leaders learn from the Navy SEALs and other Special Operations Forces?
4) How can executives with a strong desire for success drive results without damaging relationships?
5) How can Human Resources and Compliance Officers work effectively with valuable executives who are perceived as bullies?
6) How people who work with abrasive executives survive and even thrive?
7) Can you talk about Simon Sinek’s Golden Circle and how we can use it as leaders?
8) Please talk about agile and lean methodologies for managing projects and people.
9) Please explain the concepts of hard and soft power with examples of how they work.
10) Can you tell us about the breeding experiment referred to as the “Bad-Ass Chickens.”

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