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Dr. Schroeder channels 25 years of professional excellence into his work with Organization Development Consultants, Inc. (ODC) and Edgewood College BROOKFIELD, WI, August 18, 2020, Dr. Daniel Schroeder has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, ... Read More »

TAGS     marquis who's who,  dr. daniel schroeder,  who's who america,  brookfield,  odc,  organization development consultants,  edgewood college,  psychologist,  leadership,  consulting services,  organizational behavior
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Video Learning Series: Part III

Welcome to the third in a series of videos from our seminar “Leadership Development for High Performance Organizations” held at the Better Business Bureau (BBB).  Episode 3: Leadership Development Part (1) (click here) At Organization Development Consultants, Inc. (ODC), we believe that every organization has the potential for sustained greatness. In our opinion, the quality of organizational ... Read More »

TAGS     leadership,  leadership development,  employer of choice,  John Maxwell,  better business bureau,  bbb,  performance,  organization development,  motivational
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Video Learning Series: Part II

Welcome to the second in a series of videos from our seminar “Leadership Development for High Performance Organizations” held at the Better Business Bureau (BBB).   Episode 2:How to Achieve a High Level Performance Organization?(click here)  At Organization Development Consultants, Inc. (ODC), we believe that every organization has the potential for sustained greatness. In our opinion, ... Read More »

TAGS     leadership,  leadership development,  employer of choice,  john maxwell,  better business bureau,  bbb,  performance,  organization development,  motivational
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Video Learning Series: Part I

Welcome to the first in a series of videos from our seminar “Leadership Development for High Performance Organizations” held at the Better Business Bureau (BBB).   Episode 1: Are you an employer of choice? (click here) At Organization Development Consultants, Inc. (ODC), we believe that every organization has the potential for sustained greatness. In our opinion, the quality of organizational ... Read More »

TAGS     leadership,  leadership development,  employer of choice,  john maxwell,  better business bureau,  bbb,  performance,  organization development,  motivational
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ODC President Wins "Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching" Award

Edgewood College Photo: (l. to r.) Julie Bauer, Alliant Energy Foundation; Rolf Wegenke, Ph.D., President of Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities; Dr. Dan Schroeder, Associate Professor, School of Business; Dr. Scott Flanagan, President of Edgewood College; Dr. Dean Pribbenow, V.P. for Academic Affairs/Academic Dean, Edgewood College.    Madison, Wis. (May 22, 2018) – Dr. ... Read More »

TAGS     edgewood college,  organizational development consultants,  ODC,  business,  leadership,  award,  alliant energy foundation,  
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Listen to ODC on All Business

In Case You Missed It! Enjoy this lively conversation of ALL BUSINESS featuring ODC, which aired on AM-620 WTMJ radio in January, 2017. Family Business Legacy Institute   How effective is your leadership style? Learn more at the ALL BUSINESS radio show featuring Dr. Dan Schroeder of Organization Development.   Listen Here. ... Read More »

TAGS     leadership,  donald trump,  coaching,  learning,  leadership development,  family business
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Readers who have paid close attention to my columns during 2016 know that all of them have had to do with issues surrounding women in the workforce. I have made the point that focusing on developing women is not only the right thing to do, it is the smart thing to do; women are going to the largest and best-educated group of entrants to the workforce of the United States in the next few years. In this column, I will ... Read More »

TAGS     mentoring,  career development,  women,  leadership,  self improvement,  
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Get off the out-of-control roller coaster In my last few columns, I have written about a variety of issues confronting women in the workplace, emphasizing the need for organizations to explicitly build and deploy mentoring programs for women. Women are forecast to comprise the majority of new entrants to our workforce over the next half-decade. Cast in the context of some of Wisconsin’s “brutal realities” ... Read More »

TAGS     superwoman syndrome,  women,  mentoring,  leadership,  business,  organizational,  development
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Increasingly the most populous segment of the workforce   In my January 11 and April 4 columns for BizTimes Milwaukee, I wrote about the important strategic issue of developing mentoring programs for women. I made a very strong business case for this, observing that women will be the largest group of new entrants to the workforce over the next few years. Employers in Wisconsin will want to particularly take ... Read More »

TAGS     mentoring,  self improvement,  organizational development,  women,  leadership
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Readers who remember my January 11 and April 4 columns will recall that I emphasized the important role mentoring plays in career development programming for women. Many, many women have never had the opportunity to be mentored. Some of you might be wondering, “Just what is a ‘mentor,’ anyway?” A mentor is a trusted guide who invests in the development of another person. In business, a mentor ... Read More »

TAGS     mentoring,  personal development,  leadership,  women,  organizational development
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