Joseph Kopser Works with Organizations to Adapt to the Changing Future of Work.
When an invisible enemy engages with your workforce, you need an advisor with combat experience and proven success in managing in chaotic conditions. When your workflow is disrupted, you need a leader who understands jobs and the business nuances of today.
Finally, when steady communication is needed throughout uncertainty, you need a coach and partner who delivers an effective message.
Joseph Kopser supports from the front lines to the C-Suite to help manage the change you face today.
Graduate of West Point with a BS in Aerospace Engineering
U.S. Army for 20 years earning the Combat Action Badge, Army Ranger Tab and Bronze Star.
White House Champion of Change for his efforts in Energy and Transportation
Co-founded and served as CEO of RideScout, before it was acquired by Mercedes-Benz.
Co-authored the book, Catalyst, written to create leadership and strategy in an ever changing world of business, non-profit, government and academia.
Joseph Kopser is a serial entrepreneur and expert in energy and national security issues. He currently serves as an Executive-in-Residence at the McCombs School of Business. Prior to that his company, RideScout, was acquired by Mercedes.
Joseph served in the Army for 20 years after graduating from West Point and Harvard. He was recognized as a White House Champion of Change in clean energy and won the U.S. DOT Data Innovation Award. Co-author of Catalyst, Joseph Kopser is an advisor for CleanTX.
Joseph and his wife of 25 years, Amy, live in Austin and they are extremely proud of their three adult daughters.
Regardless of your age or stage in life, there is always room to grow. Regardless of the sector you work in, there are universal concepts of leadership that can be improved. Like going to the gym, it’s best when you can work with a trainer.
There are specific skill sets that need to be understood when trying to engage in your community. The ability to run an effective meeting or stay communicate effectively can be the difference between success and failure
Change is hard. When you make a career change, its impacts you and your family. It brings uncertainty and can be hard to make that jump. Joseph has changed careers 4 times. There is a certain formula to it that can make it easier.
Technology is changing faster than business models, and globalization has magnified the threat surface for companies, investors, and governments. Change creates opportunity and risk. It’s important to proactively identify emerging market shifts, make informed strategic decisions, and build adaptable organizations
There are a certain set of skills needed to guide an audience on-line or in person through a discussion. Whether the role is the emcee, keynote, or moderator, Joseph can help you think through how to achieve your purpose.