Daniel Dangler is a director and faculty member with The Advisory Board Company’s Talent Development division. He teaches workshops and presents research at leading hospitals and health care organizations in the U.S. and guides executive teams on curriculum planning, accountability for learning application, and leadership culture. Dan works with a diverse range of audiences, including physicians, nurses, and administrators.
Dan has more than 20 years of experience in leader development. Prior to joining The Advisory Board Company, he was the principal and founder at a successful consulting practice that provided design and delivery of organizational development interventions. Most of his work has focused on health care. Specifically, he specialized in organizational change, building cross-disciplinary collaboration, identifying and resolving complex conflict situations, and creating sustainable team communication strategies across organizational cultures.
He has also worked as an internal organizational development consultant at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he led various change efforts and designed, facilitated, and assessed many team development interventions. Dan has also been the lead adjunct professor at Emmanuel College in Boston, Mass., for the past 13 years, where he taught master’s courses in management, leadership, and organizational change.
Dan received his Master of Science in Human Resource Development, with a specialization in Organizational Development, from the American University/National Training Labs in Washington, DC. He received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont. He is a member of several professional associations, including the Society for Organizational Learning and the American Society of Training and Development.
Dan lives in Wellesley, Mass., with his wife and daughter and enjoys hiking, painting, skiing, yoga, reading, and watching a good movie.