Training on leadership, change management, negotiation skills, presentation skills, conflict resolution, and other critical skills.
In-person, Skype, or phone one-on-one coaching on communication and leadership behaviors.
“David’s leadership, change-management, and organizational-development work at Gogo has been instrumental in helping us improve both our employee engagement and execution. I know we’re a better organization thanks to his work with us. He has a vast repertoire of interesting, engaging and relevant material to organizations looking to grow and mature. He’s also an excellent executive coach who has helped me personally, and my leadership team, develop leadership skills.”
– John Wade, COO of Gogo
“Dr. Knapp’s extensive knowledge and experience with this subject area was evident. Also, he was very dynamic and kept the group engaged. I would welcome the opportunity to take additional seminars with him to help me better understand myself and others.”
– Participant in “He Said, She Said” workshop at the Colorado Court Employees Conference
“Dr. Knapp is a fantastic facilitator – he uses great examples that make the topic real. He related well to our group and encouraged us to ponder the tough issues we face, teaching us new ways to approach the problem and the people involved. His information was very helpful on many levels.”
– M.L., Branch Manager, Bank of America
“I loved the relevant examples and group interactions, and Dr. David is both knowledgeable and entertaining. This definitely was the best “soft-skills” training I’ve ever attended.”
– Participant in “Marathon Leadership®” session at Nisum Technologies
“David, thank you SO much for this training. Not only will it help me better manage all my Gen Xers and Millennials, it also helped me understand my children a lot more. This is one of the only trainings I’ve ever taken that will help me in my professional AND personal life. Thanks again!”
– Participant in “Leading Across Generations” at Town of Castle Rock
“My work with David has been exhilarating…and painful. It is never easy to admit one’s shortcomings to others – let alone begin the difficult challenge of working on them. But with David’s guidance and compassion, I’ve made tremendous progress (at least that’s what my friends and family tell me).”
– J.S., Vice President of Finance at a Fortune 500 company