Executive Janitor Mentoring (EJM) Process

12-Steps to living and leading like Joe

An introductory alternative to our full EJC program, the EJM process is a one-year mentoring program designed for leaders who desire to grow in their understanding and development of leadership from the inside out. This exclusive experience includes a 60-minute LIVE one on one mentoring call with Author Todd Gongwer each month. Through this unique mentoring experience with Todd, you’ll not only gain access to exclusive materials and small group discussions, but also to his personal insights on leadership, purpose and cultural dynamics that will not only challenge you to think more deeply about who you are as a leader, but about what you need to do to become the very best you can be.


Key Discussion Topics Include:

Each month Todd will open the call with a quick review of the previous months progress, followed by a brief teaching on one of the twelve steps listed below. From there, you’ll spend the remainder of the time discussing your own personal thoughts and challenges on the subject, along with specific steps you can take to grow in the areas discussed.

Session 1: Understanding the heart of leadership and the pursuit of YOUR best

Session 2: Finding the heart of your leadership I: Who are you as a leader today?

Session 3: Finding the heart of your leadership II: Why do you do what you do?

Session 4: Setting the foundation of the heart: Defining true success (Values/Purpose)

Session 5: Learning from the heart of Joe; 7 traits of Joe: Patient

Session 6: Compassionate: Moving from awareness to action   

Session 7: Humble confidence: Knowing and showing the way

Session 8: Studious: Continuous improvement

Session 9: Competence: The effort and attitude edge  

Session 9: Faithful: The power of belief

Session 10: Selfless Leadership: The Choice within the choice

Session 11: Aligning and Refining: Accountability from the inside out

Session 12: Leading a legacy: Perpetuating and duplicating your success


How much is your personal growth and development worth to you…to your team?