High-Impact organizations have two primary attributes. One, they provide a transformative workplace, and two, they consistently deliver extraordinary value to their customers. These twin attributes allow them to respond to dynamic changes in the marketplace and quickly execute their strategy.
The Gallup organization has calculated that the lack of employee engagement worldwide costs employers $7 Trillion annually. Or nearly the combined economies of Germany and Japan. In the U.S., 67% of all employees are either nonengaged (meaning they contribute little to innovation) or actively sabotaging their employers. Worldwide, this number is 87%.
This will be a highly interactive workshop. Therefore, we will actively seek the engagement and participation of every participant.
Daniel B Edds, MBA, has spent the past 25 years as a professional management consultant, working with over 200 organizations in state & local government, healthcare, nonprofits, and education. Dan helps high-performing organizations approach the discipline of leadership systemically. Helping them attract and retain the best talent, enjoy a lower cost, higher productivity, higher quality, and have higher stakeholder returns.
He is the author of two books. His latest is, Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership, cracking the code of sustainable team performance. This is the first book that documents through case studies and personal interviews how high-impact organizations systematically approach the practice of leadership. Understanding leadership as an organizational system allows all leaders to be coached, trained, and mentored to the system’s unique requirements. The result is a culture that delivers maximum value to customers and transformative workplace places. He is passionate, articulate, compelling, and a teller of stories.