Dan Schneider specializes in working with families and organizations to design, build, and implement emotional and logical relationship systems and processes that increase human and financial capital and stakeholder value.
Since 1996, Dan Schneider has been involved in business start-ups, business cultural development, succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, and community development. He has served as Vice-president of Development, Chief Operating Officer, and Executive Vice President of firms in the manufacturing, technology, financial, and advertising industries. Dan Schneider’s formal education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Ambrose University; a Master of Arts degree in Legal Studies from Antioch School of Law; and a Certified NLP Business Practitioner from the Quadrant 1 Group in London, England. He is a former Chairman of the Board of Governors for Leadership Iowa, a statewide leadership program sponsored by the Iowa Association of Business and Industry.
In addition to his role as Managing Partner in EDGE Cultural Architects, Dan is a Partner and Director of The Rawls Group as well as a founding member of the International Succession Planning Association. Dan frequently speaks before local, state, and national organizations about leadership and change.
What you need to know about Biden's proposed policy changes, their impact on succession planning, and how to get back to business. The election is now behind us. We have a new president and a new party in control, which likely means policy changes. COVID-19 is still present, impacting our lives in [...]
What happens when you walk into a meeting? Does the room grow quiet? Do you suddenly sense that all eyes and ears are on you? Do you get the feeling that you command the room? If that happens to you, you more than likely have IT – the Leadership Impact Trait, or what some [...]
The more things change, the more they stay the same. The team of experts featured in the video talks about impacts on culture post-pandemic. The common takeaway revolves around remote work. As a business owner or leader who had to transition a team to remote work or an individual who [...]
A common theme emerged from this group of experts as we discussed how leaders can make decisions in uncertain times. Simply, decision-making should be the same as certain times. The real difference when the unknown hits are how leaders respond and what pace they respond and not necessarily in the [...]
With COVID-19 and a change in president the variables feel like they are changing every day. What will be the new policies, will we be able to remain open for business, can we even set goals and a strategy for 2021? Bill Lowman with Shuffield Lowman and Ryan Kerrigan with [...]
Every organization has a culture. It’s the collective personality of the people who represent you, and/or the owner and leadership, on a daily basis. As such, it’s a blend of behavior patterns that either draw people in or push them away. In short, every culture has some appeal, some cracks, and some rough edges. [...]