Justin F. Courtney

Justin F. Courtney

The EQ Guru: Emotional Intelligence Expert and Speaker

Description

Drawing in audiences with his eloquent storytelling, Justin F. Courtney is an up-and-coming speaker on emotional intelligence.

In his keynotes and programs, Justin challenges attendees to transcend their preconceived notions of how they view happiness to find a true gauge of how they find and measure satisfaction. Praised for his work on and off-campus, Justin inspires students and encourages them to choose courage, live their authenticity, and embrace their growth mindset.

Students leave his sessions with a greater understanding of how the power and science behind emotional intelligence will help them thrive even under the most stressful conditions. In addition to his public speaking and singing, Justin currently serves as a higher education professional in Ohio and actively involves himself in curricular and co-curricular activities. Receiving his BA in Communications from Blufton University and MA in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University, Justin calls upon his 20+ years of experience in student affairs to identify and activate the best models to support a positive student life experience.

Not only does this talented man speak poignantly on student affairs-related topics, but he’s also a professional recording artist with several projects available on all major music platforms.

“Justin’s charisma and compassion rings true when he speaks. His use of music, humor and direct testimony is incredibly, unique, and separates him from his peers. If you are looking for a refreshing message, creative delivery and a selfless, tireless worker, Justin is your man.”
David Coleman, The Dating Doctor.

“Justin was incredible. Not only is he so kind, personable, and easy going, his presentation was dynamite. He engaged almost 400 new students (who never met each other) in a super hot gym, and he did it with a smile! He was so energetic, dynamic, and just rolled with the punches. I felt like I knew him forever, just a real pleasure to be around.”
SUNY Maritime.

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