|John H. Heckers - CEOJobExpert.com Creepy Executive Coaching Tactics â€“ John H. Heckers - www.CEOJobExpert.com Denver, Colorado |
|25th of Sep, 2011 by User216642 |
|While trying to improve my employment opportunities, I found John H. Heckers online who advertised himself as a Denver Executive Coach. He claims to be Americaâ€™s Top (and toughest) Executive Coach. After discussing his services in depth, and this is the creepy part, he began to advise me that I needed Deep Shamanic Meditation and Shamanic Pressing to improve my chances of obtaining work. Just Google those terms and decide for yourself if these techniques should be utilized to help someone who is trying to improve their chances to find work. Once I read his Informed Consent and Release contract, it became clear that his Executive Coaching included physically intimate practices that were obviously not advertised on his website for a reason. Not only was it offensive, but it felt like a â€œbait-and-switchâ€ tactic used by car dealerships, which I believe is illegal in most states. Shouldnâ€™t there be honesty in advertising? Bottom line: Be very careful if considering John H. Heckers as your â€œDenver Executive Coachâ€ and the website www.ceojobexpert.com.|
|I am John Heckers, the person about whom this report was posted. This report is false in many respects and misleading in others. Here are the ways.|
1). The report claims that I am secretive about my alternative healing and spirituality. While it is true that my spiritual healing and other personal activities are not listed on my BUSINESS website (which is http://heckersdev.com...http://ceojobexpert.com is my business BLOG, not my business website), I am quite open on my SPIRITUAL websites, http://lovingspirituality.com and the website for our upcoming Spiritual Center, http://laughingriverretreat.org. I, indeed, DO do alternative healing...for a very few people...at NO CHARGE to them.
2). I do not offer this to anyone who comes in to talk about executive coaching or career coaching unless they ask about it. I do have a release form...which is only given to those who ask to work with me for spiritual healing. Again, I do this at NO CHARGE.
3). There IS no "bait and switch." Bait and switch means that one advertises an inexpensive product and then tries to switch someone to a more expensive product. My transition and career services range from $1, 500.00 - $15, 000.00. My spiritual healing services are at NO CHARGE. Interesting "bait and switch..." and would drive me broke in a hurry if I did this.
4). By posting on here, there is an implied "scam" going on. I'm not sure what the scam would be, as our professional services are completely separate from any spiritual work I do. No money changes hands and there is no sexuality involved. Where's the "scam?"
5). Supposedly this is "creepy." How? Shamanic Pressing feels very similar to a deep tissue massage. Those who have experienced this from me have thoroughly enjoyed the experience. It is only "creepy" if professional massage therapy is "creepy." This person simply does not like my spiritual choices.
6). Of course, as I am quite well known, I protect myself (like anyone should) with an Informed Consent form. Again, how is this "creepy?" It is a pretty standard release form that protects both me and anyone I may work on. However...I DO NOT discuss my spiritual work with anyone who comes in to see me professionally. It is a personal pursuit that I do at no charge for a very few people who need spiritual and physical healing.
I am not sure who this person is or where they got a hold of the Informed Consent form, , but their statement that I pulled a "bait and switch" is libel. Of course, the problem with anonymous postings on a website like this is that anyone can trash anyone's reputation. Yours might be next. These sites are very bad ideas...if someone doesn't have the guts to confront a business or individual directly, they should not be allowed to post.
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