Dick is responsible for the design and customization of our programs, as well as facilitation. He has worked as a Program Director with The Conference Board for over five years designing and delivering experiential programs including the Apollo Program with NASA, Team USA in partnership with the USOC, and numerous battlefield programs. Dick was the Director of Executive Leadership Development for ITT and held a variety of leadership positions in learning at IBM.
He holds two patents for innovations in organizational learning. Dick’s international experience includes being the Manager of Management Development for IBM Asia based in Hong Kong and numerous other overseas assignments. He has been recognized with several industry awards in leadership development and learning.
Facilitator & Leadership Consultant
Dr. Turner currently works as the Dean for the School of Public Service and Administration at Anderson University. He retired as a Supervisory Special Agent after serving 22 years with the FBI. His last assignment was as a Program Manager for the Leadership Development Institute of the FBI Academy. Prior to entering the FBI, Dr. Turner served as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot.
Logistics & Client Management
Morgan is responsible for managing our client registrations and is the on-site logistics manager. Her attention to detail makes events go smoothly from concept to completion. She has seven years of experience in event management. Morgan loves interacting with customers and has planned everything from corporate programs to political events, bar and bat mitzvahs, and weddings.
“The facilitated discussions provided a great opportunity to step back, learn, and think differently about opportunities and problems. The experience had an immediate impact on our management team and challenged us to apply what we learned into our business planning and approach.”
“Dick did a masterful job creating an engaging learning environment that clearly further supported my personal development and approach to leadership principals. He listened to our current business environment and geared discussions toward helping us meet our future goals. The leaders that we examined were very well tied to today’s current issues facing large employers. The parallels were uncanny.”