Dan Bobinski is the facilitator for this class. As Director of the Center for Workplace Excellence, Dan has been training managers and leaders at Fortune 500 as well as private companies in train-the-trainer and management skills since 1989.
He is an adjunct professor at Idaho State University and an internationally-published weekly columnist on workplace issues. His work also appears in The Times of London, Business Management magazine, CXO magazine, My Business, and The Journal of the Institute of Management Services, among others.
Dan is the author of The Trainer’s Intellect and Strategic Hiring, Training, and Retaining of Good Employees, and is the primary author of Living Toad Free: Removing Obstacles to Success.
Dan holds an M.Ed. in Human Resource Training and Development, a B.S. in Workforce Education and Development, and is currently completing his doctoral work in Adult and Organizational Learning. He’s also a certified behavioral analyst. Dan is married and lives in Boise, Idaho.