Executive Coach, women’s leadership advocate & founder of InPowerCoaching.com, Dana Theus cracks the code on personal power to help women and men forge their leadership identity & mindset. Dana is frequent frequent speaker on women’s leadership initiatives and talent innovation strategies that engage and retain your “at risk” employees (i.e., women and millennials). Explore her posts and forums on InPower Coaching.
New and current clients may engage Dana for private coaching on an as-available basis.
Dana has spent her entire 25-year career helping individuals and organizations succeed as they venture into new territory, working inside and alongside fortune 100 companies, entrepreneurial startups and non-profits. Her experience spans international government affairs, marketing, branding, communications, product development, product management, strategic planning, change management, leadership development, consulting, entrepreneurship and coaching. She is the founder of InPowerWomen.com, a Forbes Top 100 web site for women, and InPower Coaching an exciting new service which brings coaching support to mid-level employees for the price of training. Dana currently writes for The Huffington Post, the National Journal, Smartblog/Smartbrief on Leadership and Switch & Shift, in addition to her own blogs on leadership and gender issues. Dana is also a regular radio host on Executive Leader’s Radio, the #1 business talk radio show in the mid-atlantic states
Dana Theus regularly provides corporate leadership workshops in developing team cohesion and group productivity as well as women’s leadership (see Key Note listing).
“Dana has excellent interpersonal skills, is highly motivated and dedicated to her craft, and extremely organized and collaborative. We will definitely use Dana again in the future. She has made a substantial impact on my team and I highly endorse and recommend Dana.” Mike Howard, Chief of Global Security, Microsoft
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Want to bring motivational, practical and powerful insights to your organization? Dana speaks powerfully in both motivational talk and workshop formats. Dana can speak to your whole group, conduct a half day workshop, advise your planning committee, support leaders on a one-to-one basis – and all of the above!
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In addition to her executive coaching and consulting practice, Dana has founded the InPower Leadership Coaching Program to work with individuals one-on-one in mastering their innate talents and abilities to lead from a position of personal power.
She is a certified Champion in Lean Six Sigma and is a change management facilitator in The PRIMES methodologies, profoundly accessible and powerful techniques for working with groups in solving problems and managing change and transformationAs a consultant she has served clients such as Microsoft, General Mills, Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels, Innovative Concepts, Inc. (now a division of Elbit Systems of America), TMA Resources, FreeFlight Systems, Intersections, Inc., U.S. Department of Defense, Arlington County, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Leadership Greater Washington, Points of Light Foundation, the International Food Information Council/Foundation, the Ecological Society of America and The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Prior to consulting Dana held various positions in leadership in technology ventures at EDS/GM, Verizon, CareerBuilder and Bantu.
She has taught graduate courses at the George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership, George Mason University School of Business and the University of Maryland School of Public Policy. Dana serves as a Member of the Arlington Economic Development Commission and as a former member of the board of the District Alliance for Safe Housing in Washington D.C. She has a BA from University of California, Los Angeles and a graduate degree in Communications from the University of Southern California. She lives in Arlington, VA, with her husband and two sons. For more information, please visit Dana’s LinkedIn page.