Connecting managers and employees for a better work experience.
From the C-Suite to the Shop Floor
As an organizational development consultant since 2002, I have consulted on many strategy, organization design, culture, and change management projects. These projects always have the best intentions, but I often see a disconnect between what executives know and see, and what employees understand and do. My goal is to help bridge this gap between managers and employees to improve the work experience. By no means am I taking sides in this endeavor, but rather starting with managers since they have the most influence.
The idea to help connect managers and employees all started with writing the book, "Hey, Manager, Do You Have a Minute?" I provide consulting and speaking engagements and am currently creating training and support materials.
David DeBry has been an organization effectiveness consultant for almost 20 years. He has worked in manufacturing, non-profit, and consulted with small businesses. David has an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in Anthropology (Archaeology emphasis), and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Instructional Design from Utah State University. His dissertation focused on building training materials for a global audience. He likes to spend time with his family, travel, be in the outdoors, and run. David travels from Salt Lake City, Utah.