Rob is an experienced business consultant who specializes in executive coaching, facilitation, and change management strategies to help clients reach their full potentials.
He has over a quarter century of experience with General Motors where he delivered leadership and technical acumen to numerous teams and projects related to emerging technologies in the vehicle electrical and architectural landscape. In 2016, he received a patent on Vehicle Electrical Control Unit Calibration #9443359. During his career, he held positions including: Program Manager, Mentor, Instructor, Owner, Founder, and Managing Partner.
During his tenure at GM, Rob founded Frameworks Business Solutions where he specialized in helping businesses achieve goals by designing operational frameworks focused on business analysis and assessments to improve their overall levels of efficacy. He and his team performed one on one and group sessions to identify and measure key performance indicators for growth.
Rob’s areas of expertise include team building, high-quality project deliverables, business modeling, strategic planning, and crucial conversations.
Rob received his MSA from Central Michigan University and is certified as an Advanced Executive and Professional Coach. He is a native Michigander and relocated to NC with his wife in 2019. In his free time, he enjoys golf, motorcycling, and volunteering for outreach programs.
Winning the “When”
Efficient time management is a fundamental ingredient for success in any industry – especially construction. It’s a rare construction company indeed that doesn’t wish there were more hours in the day. How do great contractors seem to get more out of the 24-hour day...
2iC: What Do You Need From Your COO?
Call it whatever you like: 2iC, GM, Sr. VP, or any other appellation. The fact is effective COOs (just like effective CFOs, etc.) allow CEOs to be better at their jobs. But there is scant literature out there about appropriate roles and duties of COOs. Tune in this...
Efficient Decision Making
Making better decisions than the competition is a major differentiator separating great contractors from merely good ones, yet, most contractors don’t devote effort and practice to improving their decision-making. Please watch Digging Deeper this week as Dennis shares...