James Jackman is the VP, Operations for The Heffelfinger Company, Inc., a Los Angeles-based Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, and assessment firm.  Since 2004, THC has been working in Fortune 100 and mid-sized organizations to develop their leadership to be emotionally intelligent and effective in their role of creating a healthy, passionate corporate culture.  THC works with Executives, Directors, Managers, and high potential individuals, teams, and organizations through transformational changes in mindset as well as the skillsets needed for inspired success.

Authorized Partner for Everything DiSC®, The Five Behaviors™ and PXT Select™.

To learn more about their clients and the results the THC team help create, please connect with us on social media and visit our website at www.heffelfingerco.com

The Heffelfinger Company
Redondo Beach, CA
James Jackman, VP
james@heffelfingerco.com

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