Episode 11 – Leading Change and Systems Change with Dr. Tom Klaus

What is systems change? The term is often used, but rarely fully understood. Tom Klaus, Ph.D. gives an academic view of this and other leadership concepts.

Tom is a Maryland-based nonprofit consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and president of the consulting business, Tenacious Change, LLC. The mission of Tenacious Change is to animate and equip people, organizations, and communities to lead change for the greater good. In addition to his consulting practice, he is a Thought Leader with Tamarack Institute, a Canadian social change organization, and an adjunct professor at Eastern University (Philadelphia) in the Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership programs.

Tom specializes in leadership, program, and organizational development as well as research and evaluation. His clients include local, statewide, regional, national, and international organizations. He has extensive experience with community engagement and change, organizational leadership and change, intractable controversy management, nonprofit board development and strategy planning, and the management of government-funded health and human services grants and projects that are national in scope.

Tom has earned degrees from William Penn University and Drake University in Iowa, and his Doctor of Philosophy in (nonprofit) organizational leadership, from Eastern University in Philadelphia.

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Episode 11 – Leading Change and Systems Change with Dr. Tom Klaus

 
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