Why Choose Kevin McDaniel?
Kevin McDaniel, Chief Strategist with WindRiver Strategies, delivers coaching in three platforms: 1) Emergenetics , 2) Choice Theory and 3) VOICE Based Coaching. This combined approach to life and profession enables clients to get clarity about what they want and intentionally design a way forward that is influential, highly productive and, typically, with less stress than once thought possible. Mr. McDaniel's clients are physicians, surgeons, C-suite to midlevel business executives, entrepeneurs, etc. They achieve breakthroughs in mindset, relationships, roles and results while enhancing morale, creativity and performance. His clients are the #1 Sales & Marketing Team out of 500 teams at Ashley Furniture (the world's largest furniture manufacturer), Top 2% performer at ADP, have reduced stress "85%", have created culture shifts to collaboration from complaint, and doubled and tripled their income.
"We help pharmacies, hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories and physician offices focus on patient care while reducing costs, enhancing efficiency and improving quality. We operate the nation’s largest network of radiopharmacies. Cardinal Health provides medical products and services to many of America’s most prestigious medical institutions. In fact, most U.S. hospitals use our products and services to provide care for their patients. And, now we’re making this same quality and exacting standards of performance available to patients through products that help provide affordable healthcare at home.
We apply our nearly 100 years of experience and expertise to reduce the total cost of healthcare and to improve the lives of patients. Our scale and experience lead to solutions across the entire continuum—not just at certain points but from start to finish; not only today but well into the future. We’re accountable for our results and unrivaled in our scope. In short, we’re Essential to Care™."
Creating a Workforce That Willingly, Wholeheartedly and Happily Chooses Effectiveness (Part 1)
Creating a Workforce: Understanding the World’s Only Two Psychologies (Part 2)
Creating a Workforce: Tap Into Employee Strengths to Be A Better Manager Now (Part 3a)
Creating a Workforce: Tap Into Employee Strengths to Be A Better Manager Now (Practical Thoughts) (Part 3b)
Creating a Workforce: Psychology 2: Choice…Increasing Productivity through Choice and Collaboration (Part 4a)
Creating a Workforce: Psychology 2: Choice…Increasing Productivity through Choice and Collaboration (Part 4b)
Creating a Workforce: Leadership Management Versus Boss Management (Part 5 and Series Conclusion