J. Matthew Becker, M.Ed. PCC



    Over fourteen years ago I found myself wondering where my career was headed. I had a good job, was surrounded by colleagues that cared about me, and was working in the field I studied in college, yet I simply did not find what I was doing fulfilling. I had no idea what I was supposed to do.

    Through research and personal reflection I became interested in the field of Human Resource Development. I began to realize that what I really wanted to do was help others to be as successful as possible in their work. At that moment, I developed my personal mission statement; Inspire and Foster the Potential in Others, which has served as my career guide ever since.

    I believe every one of us was born with natural strengths and gifts which we are meant to share with the world. Unfortunately, the pace of life and the array of day-to-day tasks we need to complete often keep us from discovering our strengths and passions. It is only when we are able to apply our natural strengths in support of our passions that we are able to achieve authentic excellence.

    I’m passionate about helping clients clarify their values and natural strengths in order to achieve their leadership legacy or design a fulfilling career. My ability to inspire trust and enthusiasm, listen intently, ask powerful questions, and see possibilities others may not are what make me a successful coach.

    I specialize in working with new leaders looking to start strong, individuals that long for a fulfilling career, executives striving to develop an effective organization, and coaches interested in developing their skills and preparing for certification. If one of these descriptions fits you and you’re ready to begin your journey, let’s get started! Contact me today to schedule a free consultation.


    • M.Ed. in Human Resource Development, Xavier University

    • Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coaching Federation

    • Certified Coach U Graduate (CCUG)

    • Qualified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator© (MBTI) Administrator


"Many people die with their music still in them." 
--Oliver Wendell Homes