Paul Warner is a seasoned facilitator and coach in professional, personal, and social sectors. He specializes in creating environments for small groups to openly share, build trust, establish deeper authentic connections, and navigate difficult topics through experiential retreats and tailored workshop trainings.
He is a sought-after retreat and workshop facilitator (leadership teams, family gatherings, YPO forums), providing guidance to groups looking to improve meeting ROI, establish deeper connections, address difficult issues and situations, and explore personal challenges.
Paul provides tailored one-on-one leadership coaching to help executives and leaders explore potential blind spots, navigate business or life transitions, and build on areas of excellence.
Paul also works with multi-generational family businesses seeking to establish open communication among generations, gain clarity on and anchor family legacy and values, explore ways to empower all family members, and forge enduring relationships within the family. He leads young adult retreats, focusing on navigating change, self-discovery, and leadership development. He also coaches young adults seeking clarity on their life purpose, mission, and vision, and guides them to become grounded adults, taking full responsibility for their lives.
Paul is a graduate of the University of Miami, where he earned a B.A. in Communications and Psychology. He lives in Denver, Colorado.
Jim & Paul Warner - Successfully Navigating Multi-Generational Family Dynamics [The Business of Family]
7 December 2020 | 1 hr 3 mins
author, coach, fbn, multi-generational family, multiple generations, relationships, transitions, ypo
Jim and Paul Warner work together in multi-generational family dynamics helping all parties establish and sustain authentic, synergistic, relationships. Jim and Paul work extensively with Young Presidents’ Organization and Family Business Network families worldwide. The last dozen years they have also guided several Southeast Asian families in their quest to establish enduring principles across multiple generations.