Dr. Jim Robey
Dr. Jim Robey is a minister and a Professional Certified Coach. He was the first United Methodist clergy to be officially endorsed for the Ministry of Life Coaching. His ministry takes him across the United States and the world to work with a variety of church and non-profit groups. Jim earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and is a graduate of the Co-Active Leadership Program of the Coaches Training Institute in California.
Jim’s passion is equipping new coaches to coach leaders and teams to increase their effectiveness and sense of fulfillment to their calling. He has proven himself to be successful in bridging cultures, countries, ages, races, religion and gender. Jim brings a world view that embraces diversity and celebrates it.
Jim, an avid global traveler, once worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, toured extensively in the USSR, and studied in Geneva, Switzerland. He has led coach training and leader development events in England, Ireland, Kenya, South Africa and Swaziland (Kingdom of Eswatini). Jim and his wife Betty live in a cabin in the north Georgia mountains – their “serenity place.”