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How to Think Like a General Manager Premium Content

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A self-aware leader does not hinge success exclusively on hitting her budget numbers. Cross-functional love is a potent first step, but it alone won’t generate leaders who think like GMs. Collaboration and alignment are a start, but the reinvention must go deeper.



  • Dan Gallagher headshot

    Dan Gallagher has twenty years of leadership and organizational development experience within leading corporate and academic institutions.
    Since 2000, Dan has worked at Comcast, with 13 of those years at Comcast University in several leadership roles in high potential development and training across the company. He is now the Senior Vice President, Strategic Growth Initiatives at Comcast-Spectacor, where he manages training, information technology and change management tied to OneComcast-Spectacor.

    Dan has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in organizational development and leadership from Saint Joseph’s University.

    Dan served as president of the Philadelphia Society for Human Resource Management, has lectured at Harvard University and University of Pennsylvania and is an active leader in his community.

    In 2012 he published The Self-Aware Leader of which all proceeds will go to City Year. Dan currently sits on Advisory Boards with City Year and the National League of Cities.

    Dan lives in suburban Philadelphia with his wife and four sons.

  • Joseph Costal

    Joe Costal teaches English at Stockton College and Oakcrest High School in Southern New Jersey, where he was named "Teacher of the Year" in 2010. He lives "down the shore" in Cape May County, New Jersey, with his wife and four children.


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