Larry Danner, Senior Principal
As a Senior Principal, I have more than 30 years of experience in co-creating vision, cultural and institutional transformation, mission development and implementation, building consensus and alliances, problem solving, and conflict resolution.
With an approach grounded in anthropology and behavioral economics, I have guided small and large organizations through the highly complex intellectual, emotional, and political dynamics of culture transformation. I have done that work for organizations from small non-profits to mid-size law firms to large federal agencies and international firms with worldwide impact. My clients have included the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, the European Investment Bank, the Evaluation Cooperation Group, the Department of Defense, Veterans Administration, the Washington DC City Council, the Greater Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments, Portland General Electric, National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago, Saint Francis Hospital (San Francisco), Maryland Department of Transportation, National Institute of Standards and Technology, the firm of Horwood Marcus & Berk (Chicago), the University of the District of Columbia and other educational entities across the country.
I have provided my clients with strategic alignment, communication, change management, and group facilitation for both large-scale client meetings and working groups. I have proven success in building strategies, messaging, and design products to meet complex and changing organizational needs – resulting in improved leadership alignment, unified vision, critical buy-in, and advocacy from diverse stakeholder groups.
In addition, I have wide experience in strategic planning and implementation, leadership development and coaching, building organizational infrastructures, cultivating constituent relationships, policy development, public communications, project management, community relations, instructional and program design and development, personnel supervision and management, facilities design and utilization, educational leadership, consulting, and general administration.