How I can help you

John Yost, the founder and owner of ProCompass Management services, has been helping companies and individuals address problems with management and leadership  for more than 25 years. With a solid background in management and leadership, John has an in-depth understanding of the issues organization face in achieving excellence in performance, as well as the tools and methodologies available to help them reach their goals.   

John received his undergraduate degree from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and his MBA from Santa Clara University. He is an instructor in the University of Phoenix and Cabrillo College and specialized in business and management courses.

John has achieved a number of accreditations. He is a certified behaviors, values and attributes analyst with Target Training International. He is a Certified Quality Manager and Certified Reliability Engineer through the American Society for Quality (ASQ).  John is a Board of Directors member of the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce and is the Board of Directors President for Monterey Coast Preparatory. John has twice received the Presidents award from Target Training International for his community involvement.


  • Employee Recruitment and Development
  • Performance Management and Improvement
  • Leadership and Management Development
  • Employee assessment and development
  • Operations Improvement
  • Strategic Planning
  • Project Management
  • Organizational Communications
  • Business Networking
  • Business Startup 
Areas of Expertise
  • Business Strategy & Planning
  • Manufacturing & Product Development
  • Non-Profit
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Business Operations
  • Technology & IT Services

Industry Experience
  • Home or Personal Maintenance Services
  • Manufacturing & Industrial
  • Professional & Business Services
  • Nonprofit, Public and Professional Organizations


Doctor of Management, University of Phoenix, School of Advanced Studies – Anticipated 2018

MBA, Santa Clara University 

BA, Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz

Communication Methods

  • In Person
  • Phone