About Dan Pontefract
Dan Pontefract is a renowned, award-winning leadership strategist with four books, four TED Talks, and four hundred thousand touchpoints over his career. If you're thinking about leadership and organizational culture and how they can become a competitive advantage, Dan can help. Between 1998 and 2018 Dan held senior executive roles at firms including SAP, TELUS, and Business Objects, leading corporate culture change, leadership development, employee experience and overall performance improvement. Ever since, he has worked with organizations around the world including the likes of Salesforce, Amgen, State of Tennessee, Canada Post, Autodesk, Government of Indonesia, Manulife, Nutrien, City of Toronto, among many others. He has on-the-ground experience of what it takes to turn leaders--and by extension your entire corporate culture--into a competitive advantage. His four award-winning and best-selling leadership / management books include Lead. Care. Win., Open to Think, The Purpose Effect, and Flat Army. Dan is honoured to be on the Thinkers50 Radar list. HR Weekly listed him as one of its 100 Most Influential People in HR. PeopleHum listed Dan on the Top 200 Thought Leaders to Follow and Inc. Magazine listed him as one of the top 100 leadership speakers. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, Gustavson School of Business and has garnered more than 25 industry, individual, and book awards over his career. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Books by Dan Pontefract
Open to Think: Slow Down, Think Creatively and Make Better Decisions
Figure 1 Publishing
The Purpose Effect: Building Meaning in Yourself, Your Role and Your Organization