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John Covey is Director of the Home and Family Division at Franklin Covey Co. He is also co-founder of the Education Division and has served as Senior Consultant with such businesses as Conoco and the U.S. Army Corps.As Director and co-founder of Franklin Covey's Home and Family Division, he was heavily involved with his brother, Stephen R. Covey, in the design, development and editing of the book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families and co-author of The Proactive Family Guide Book with Stephen. He and his wife Jane have given numerous presentations and seminars on the family throughout the world.John was an elect member of the Utah State Board of Education and was instrumental in the development of the state-wide mission and strategic plan for public education. He is highly committed to releasing the potential of people and organizations, specifically the family organization.In the past 38 years, John has spent many years teaching business management, organizational behavior, and marketing. He was a professor for seven years at Brigham Young University and has worked for 22 years applying his expertise in the private sector. Before coming to Franklin Covey he served for seven years as Manager and Director of Planning and Leadership Development for a large international service organization. He has traveled extensively as a lecturer and trainer and served in various leadership positions in the United States and Australia. John received a Masters degree from Harvard in Business Administration and a Doctorate of Education at Brigham Young University. 901-754-9404.
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