About John Zorbini
John Zorbini has spent his career helping organizations understand the strategic link between effectively managed human capital and successful business results. John’s unique background and experiences as a senior executive, professional speaker and certified leadership coach, combined with his collaborative and results-focused approach, makes him ideal to consult, coach and facilitate all levels of leadership. For Stewart Leadership, John specializes in working with clients in such areas as Succession Planning, Full-Cycle Strategy Planning (Business & Talent Review, Succession Review, Leadership Development Review), Human Resources Consulting, and Executive Leadership Coaching.
For 30 years, John held various leadership roles for three of Wisconsin’s largest employers, spending 25 of those years in the Chief Human Resources Officer position. Having an intimate understanding of the complexities and daily challenges of Boards, Executives and other leaders, has enhanced his ability to quickly relate to and assist those with whom he works.
As a professional speaker, John has delivered hundreds of workshops and presentations and continues to be a much-in-demand facilitator and speaker. Additionally, John has over 20 years of university-level teaching experience (Undergraduate and MBA) as an Assistant and Adjunct Professor at Marquette, Concordia, Cardinal Stritch and Mount Mary Universities.
John received his bachelor’s degree from West Liberty University in West Virginia and his master’s degree from Marquette University in Milwaukee. He completed his Fellowship for Executives at the Advisory Board in Washington, D.C.
He has served as a board president or board member for governmental agencies, civic groups and not-for-profit organizations, including: former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s Council for College & Workforce Readiness (where he represented all businesses in Wisconsin); current Governor Tony Evers’ Career Development Committee; the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s Workforce Development Council; the Mount Mary University Board of Trustees; and others. He currently serves as Chairman of the Washington County Ethics Board and as an advisor to several professional, educational, and community organizations.
John has always been an active member of his community. He has been the recipient of his community’s Citizen of the Year Award, and two school district’s Friend of Education Award. He and his wife, Pam, reside in Erin, Wisconsin.