Dave Logan

Dave Logan

  • NYT Best-Selling Author of Tribal Leadership
  • TED Speaker With Over A Million Views
  • Cultural Transformationalist
Biography

Dave Logan is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Tribal Leadership and The Three Laws of Performance. He is a consultant to dozens of Fortune 500 companies and is endorsed by some of the most successful Leaders in the world. Dave is called an expert in organizational management, a guru in leadership, and a cultural transformationalist.

Dave’s business is business culture. He ... VIEW MORE

Speaker Media

TED: Tribal Leadership
TEDx: Make a Genius Tribe
Speech Topics
  • Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization

    Every organization and company is a tribe, or a network of tribes—groups of 20 to 150 people that form naturally, in ... View More

  • Creating Cultures of Excellence

  • Creating One Firm

  • Networking Gone Wild

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Text Reviews
  • Dave delivered a keynote to our internal staff that was fantastic! His insight & engaging presence greatly added to their experience. Dave not only received a perfect score for his presentation from our employees but he made the experience enjoyable . . .
  • Michael Molina, Chief HR Officer - Vistage International
  • His five culture stages have been a thought-provoking breakthrough for our organization as we strive to be a global, seamless and integrated, service provider. . . . teachings on Tribal Leadership have helped to ‘redefine what is possible’ for our people.
  • Andrew Cohen, Executive Director - Gensler

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