Dick Daniels

Dick Daniels is a leadership strategist with a passion to help unravel the complexities of developing engaged leaders at every level in any organization. He hosts The Leadership Development Group on Linkedin Groups with nearly 30,000 global leadership practitioners sharing best practice insights on leadership development. Dick also hosts the Right to the Point podcast for Right Management Florida and Caribbean.

  • Daniels’ first nationally awarded book: Leadership Briefs: Shaping Organizational Culture to Stretch Leadership Capacity.
  • Dick also contributed a chapter on Leadership Musings in the annual Building Bridges series from the International Leadership Association, Leadership and Power in International Development: Navigating the Intersections of Gender, Culture, Context, and Sustainability. This volume was awarded the 2019 R. Wayne Pace Human Resource Development Book of the Year Award by the Academy for Human Resource Development.
  • The second resource from the Leadership Development Group, also nationally awarded, is Leadership Core: Character, Competence, Capacity.
  • In addition, Daniels published a children’s picture book in 2019 titled Oak Street Tree House: The Day They Messaged God. The sequel was released in 2021, Oak Street Treehouse: The Day the New Kid Moved In.

Dr. Daniels is the Vice President of Consulting Services for Right Management Florida & Caribbean. He has been an Adjunct Professorin organizational leadership, and Dick serves as a Facilitator with the Chief Executive Network. He is the Founder and President of The Leadership Development Group. Daniels is aBoard Member of Hodos Institute providing leadership development initiatives throughout Eurasia. Hodos translated Leadership Briefs into Russian as a resource for their work in the Ukraine and Russia. Dick volunteers in Naples, Florida with Young Life’s Capernauum program for students with disabilities.