Featuring: Casey Jacox, Speaker, Author, Coach
- Winning The Relationship, LLC – Sales & Leadership Coaching
- Author, “Win The Relationship; Not the Deal”
- The Quarterback Dad Cast – Podcast
With more than 20 years of business experience, Casey’s leadership helps companies emphasize the building of relationships and not just transactional business deals. He’s a father, a husband, a coach, a podcaster, a speaker and a business leader who is the same person in and out of work.
Over his entire career, adversity has always made him stronger. Casey is blessed to have a positive attitude, as he always looks at life through the eyes of an optimist. While at Kforce, Casey was the number one sales rep nationwide for 10 years in row before moving into the President of Client Strategy and partnerships. In that role, Casey played a key role in driving a sales transformation as well as providing executive level support for large customers. In April of 2019, Casey left Kforce as the firms all-time leading salesperson in the nearly 60-year company history to begin writing his debut non-fiction book titled, “WIN the RELATIONSHIP – Not the DEAL.”
Casey now is the founder of Winning The Relationship, LLC which is a consulting firm providing sales leadership and coaching. Additionally, Casey is the host of The Quarterback DadCast which is a podcast that provides stories, advice, and wisdom for fathers looking to become the ultimate QB of their household.
Casey is a passionate networker and has an intense energy for building relationships – true relationships that are long-lasting. He loves to laugh and make those around him laugh; if we are not having fun, then why do we go to work? He loves to empower people to achieve more than they think they are capable of ever achieving. Competition is something he thrives on and is always pushing himself and others to compete so that our clients will win by receiving our best effort.
Additionally, giving back is a huge part of Casey’s life. You must pay it forward so that you are open to receiving in the future. Every day we are judged by who we are or what we do. As a former collegiate quarterback, Casey coach’s youth sports alongside his daughter and son. He is the President of Tahoma Basketball Association which serves the Maple Valley community (over 200 athletes and 20 teams for boys and girls). Casey also sits on the Central Washington University Foundation Board which works with the University to plan and fundraise for large capital projects. He loves to read, do old man CrossFit, play golf, and most importantly spend time with his family.