We Develop High‑Performing Executives and Teams Around the World

About Us

WJM Associates is a recognized leader in providing high-impact, practical solutions to companies seeking lasting and measurable improvement in the performance of their top leaders, teams and high-potential groups.

Since 1996, WJM has delivered executive coaching for over 4,000 executives at over 500 top organizations throughout the world. Our clients range from Fortune 500 to mid-sized companies across all industries.

We Work as a Team

Meet Our Leadership

Tim Morin

President & CEO

Steve Galli

Vice Chairman

Alison Eydenberg

Head, Coaching Services

Scott Gingold

Senior Enterprise Partner

Scott Litchfield

Senior Enterprise Partner

Whitney Siavelis

Senior Enterprise Partner

Steve Salee

Healthcare Advisor, WJM Healthcare

Beth Edwards

Coaching Services Coordinator

Our History

WJM was founded by William J. Morin, a recognized pioneer in the Human Resources consulting industry. For more than three decades, Bill anticipated trends in talent management and created the framework for coaching strategies that are used worldwide. He has personally worked with over 200 of the Fortune Top 500 Corporations. For over 20 years, Bill was Chairman & CEO of Drake Beam Morin, Inc., (DBM), which he grew from one office in 1976 to the world’s leading organizational and individual transition consulting firm with a network of more than 160 offices around the world. Bill has been a frequent guest on network television and is quoted often in the business press. He has authored 19 books and hundreds of articles about coaching and career development.

Today the company is led by our President & CEO Tim Morin and a group of professionals with extensive industry experience and vision. WJM continues its future-focused culture of innovation, staying current on fast-changing developments in Neuroscience, Metacognition and other fields. As our understanding evolves regarding how people learn, form habits and create positive change, we make sure our coaching evolves too.

William J. Morin