At Inspire Results, we believe business owners are the building blocks of strong communities. Communities that are home to superior schools, thriving churches, prolific arts, beautiful places to live, work, shop, and play—and where crime, poverty, and health problems are mended.
We’ve been dismayed by the struggle we see so many business owners go through, and we know how to help. Our deepest passion is to help business owners solve their challenges so they can create stronger businesses and, in turn, stronger communities for those who reside in them today and for all who will enjoy them in the future.
As a cadet at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Roger experienced many leadership styles. Thirty years later, he’s taken what he’s learned and created his own leadership beliefs – coupled with outstanding business expertise – to walk alongside business owners as a trusted advisor, guiding them to achieve breakthrough success.
Roger believes in and sees the greatness in every individual. His unique ability to increase business revenue, wealth and success by uncovering hidden assets, missed opportunities and unexplored possibilities has captured the attention and respect of CEOs across the country.
- Turned three companies from certain failure to success
- Facilitates Indiana’s premier CEO roundtable for manufacturing firms
- Performed leadership ranks in the US Army
- Created record-breaking sales at Clorox
- Is a Six Sigma Black Belt
- Is certified in the John Maxwell Leadership series
Roger previously worked at Procter & Gamble, Clorox, and has helped turn around several family-owned businesses. In 2000, he returned to Indianapolis working for a utility company, where he transformed the sales function and turned around their plumbing & equipment rental company.
He’s served various non-profit organizations, Indianapolis Economic Development, his community of Mooresville, and his church where he served as President. He does volunteer coaching for PlayBall Indiana, the Wellspring Center, and Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School. He spent years actively involved with Indianapolis Foster Care program. He’s married to Susie and they have 4 grown boys and 3 granddaughters. Roger enjoys golf, singing, mission work and traveling the world.
With unparalleled expertise and several certifications in leadership, change management, and personality testing, Susie has an uncanny ability to produce positive, measurable results for business owners and executives while helping their teams accomplish challenging objectives or achieve more elegant outcomes. For 25 years, she has worked with teams to address challenges, remove barriers, deepen trust, and clarify expectations.
She’s worked with executive teams, middle management, sales, and operations teams in multiple industries including banking, mortgage, information services, security, government, and manufacturing, until starting her own teambuilding business, Hannah Team Dynamics, in 2006. In addition to positions as Executive Coach, Sales Coach, Training and Development Director, Facilitator, Training Designer, and Operations Manager she now focuses her significant experience helping people feel good about their work teams.
Susie earned her Myers-Briggs certification in 1996 and has helped hundreds of individuals and over 250 teams utilize the tool to better understand themselves and others. Susie has a Bachelor of Science from Indiana University and completed IU’s Executive Leadership Program, which she also helped to found. She has served as a board member at YMCA, Encore Vocal Arts as Board Chair, is active in the Indianapolis arts community, and volunteers in various community and church activities.
Linda has 20+ years of experience in all types of business research including, market research, business intelligence, customer satisfaction, focus group moderation, and advertising testing. She brings her years of experience and business instincts to Inspire Results Business Coaching to support Roger and Susie and their clients’ needs.
Linda has an MBA from Western Washington University and a B.A. in economics from UCLA. When she is not working, she serves her condominium community as President of the Homeowners Association. She also serves in a management capacity, as well as hands-on work, with Indiana Canine Assistant Network (ICAN). Through ICAN, she works with incarcerated offenders training dogs for service work and helping offenders develop a sense of responsibility, trainability, appropriate communication skills, and compassion.