OnPoint Advising is a boutique consulting firm specializing in executive, team, and organizational development.
Rob Fazio is the Managing Partner of OnPoint Advising. Rob has an extensive background in global leadership and talent practices having previously worked with Leadership Research Institute and Hay Group. He is a disciplined and effective partner with leaders, top teams, and organizations, empowering them to grow while achieving sustainable results.
Rob uses a unique approach based on his experience in sport psychology which teaches people how to remove obstacles in their way to success and to function at optimal levels.
He has worked with executive teams and coached executives throughout organizations and has also served as a performance excellence consultant to a variety of athletic teams.
Rob has authored leadership articles for the Philadelphia Business Journal, American Management Association and the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he has been featured in the NY Times and on CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC.
Recently, Dr. Fazio developed the Motivational Currency Calculator. This self-assessment reveals what drives people, how well someone can read another person’s motivators, and how effective someone is at using the best approach to tap into someone’s motivators.
Dr. Fazio completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Pennsylvania State University. He earned a Masters in Education in Athletic Counseling/Sport Psychology from Springfield College and his Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. He completed his PhD in Counseling Psychology with a subspecialty in consulting and completed his clinical rotation at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Fazio is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania.
His current book, Simple is the New Smart, features success strategies he has gleaned from over a decade and a half of working with athletes, executives, and people driven toward achievement.
He also is the Founder and President of Hold The Door For Others, a nonprofit organization helping others to grow through adversity that was inspired by the 9/11 terrorist attacks.