Senior Change Architect, Denver, CO
• Enterprise communications
• Cultural assessments
• Leadership development, team dynamics
• Operationalizing strategy
Dan Clemens brings extensive experience leading communication and employee engagement programs to help improve communication and business performance at Fortune 500 companies, governmental organizations and non-profits.
He believes that having fun unlocks enormous potential in the workplace. However, this isn’t party hats and pizza parties. By managing an employee’s (and our own) experience in key areas, engagement, retention and productivity soar. Fun is a competitive advantage!
An expert facilitator, Dan has introduced and implemented cross-functional, employee teams in High Tech, Manufacturing, Service and Health Care industries as well as governmental organizations. Through Dan’s guidance, teams of employees in operations, finance, manufacturing, human resources, administration and communications achieved significant improvements in productivity, quality, financial and operational performance.
Dan is equally versed in developing leadership communications and engagement strategies, using social media as well as traditional communication channels to build robust 2-way, dialogue practices that can be tracked and measured. He’s fluent in process improvement methodology and how to use communication to support Lean/Six Sigma and continuous improvement initiatives across organizations. He’s also a dynamic trainer and effective coach to executives and senior managers.
Dan has a Master of Humanities degree from the University of Colorado at Denver. His undergraduate work is in Speech Communication at Colorado State University. A youth and high school baseball coach, Dan is the author of A Perfect Season: A Coach’s Journey to Learning, Competing, and having Fun in Youth Baseball, speaks around the nation on youth sports issues, and was Director of the Colorado Speakers Academy (National Speakers Association) for two years. Dan lives in Castle Rock, Colorado with his wife, Bev, and their two children.