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AJ inspires everyone to use their often untapped imagination to light up their future. As the former head of mojo and employee experience for Verizon Media, and head of internal marketing for Yahoo, AJ is a sought after speaker and trainer, teaching companies, leaders and individuals how to navigate change for growth using imagination. How to turn feelings into function and enhance emotional intelligence. How to get clear on vision to drive high performance.

In a time where agility is needed more than ever, AJ uses his propriety tool the Imagination Method™ in combination with science-backed techniques from the HeartMath™ Institute to help people use the power of their heart to maximize the potential of their mind to transform both their personal and professional lives. He helps people literally Get UP with a process that encourages people to realize transformation can happen with one simple action: imagine ’what if?’

The heart of the organization is their people. It can be hard to retain employees during transitional moments, both for themselves and the company. AJ provides inspirational engagements that support resiliency by re-imagining what’s possible.

Below are examples of engagements AJ provides.

Each is uniquely designed to your needs.

For Teams

For Individuals

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Facilitating the Breakthroughs

AJ is a change agent who has has guided organizations to improve morale, retention and performance through immersive, strategic facilitation. He's helped individuals improve leadership and navigate changes in their careers.


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These help create safe spaces for imagination to occur & build team coherence

In-person & remote programs


For individuals & teams


Employee Experience,   Internal Comms & Marketing,


Spark Imagination

How To Ask 'What If?'

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