WITH ROOTS IN CORPORATE TRAINING, LEADERSHIP COACHING AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT, i've SPENT my CAREER OPTIMIZING THE cultural BUILDING BLOCKS OF WORKFORCES LIKE YOURS
After 20+ years working with fortune 500 organizations, I've developed deep expertise around employee experience. Employee experience can be defined as everything that is connected to an employee’s interaction with a company, from finding a job posting online to their last day. While most companies have identified customer experience design (CX) as a strategic priority, successful organizations also apply similar principles to their internal stakeholders and employees through employee experience design (EX). As the modern workplace continues to evolve at breakneck speeds, it's increasingly important to think about your employees' holistic experience within your organization. That's why I've developed a proprietary process that drives employee engagement and strategic change through graphic facilitation, visual templates, and engagement workshops.
As a recognized speaker, I travel the world sharing the importance of intentional employee experience design, purpose-driven leadership, and effective talent-management, using stories and data from diverse industries.
by sparking discussion AT ALL LEVELS, I work to connect leaders and their workforces
Dana holds a Master’s of Science in Organization Development from the University of San Francisco and is the founder of Take Action Inc. and The Work Happy Project. Applying creativity in all facets of work and life is Dana’s hallmark. To learn more about her consulting, please visit www.take-action.com.
A prolific author, Dana has recently released her latest book, Talk the Walk: Designing a Clear Path to a World Class Employee Experience. In it, she share her strategies to help keep employees excited about their job and workplace and leadership tactics that help inspire, engage, and retain their people. She is also the author of two other books, We’ve Got to START Meeting Like This! and To Meet or NOT to Meet?, co-author of The Visual Facilitation Field Guide, and creator of the Meeting in a Box toolkit.