We believe that organizational change is a continual process. It occurs over time when you build a foundation of strong team dynamics and are held accountable to realistic goals.

Our Approach
Our approach to creating innovative change provides your organizations with continual engagement throughout the year. Through a pre-discussion and assessment, our change innovators will determine where your organization is most challenged in team/group development. We then provide an initial deeper dive into team dynamics and understanding how to make lasting change through a four-hour on-site or virtually based workshop. This initial program will set a foundation for your team development, develop goals for change, and establish your accountability plan so that your organization can truly move the needle under your time of leadership. Your organization’s Change Innovator will virtually work with your organization through 5 monthly follow-up engagement opportunities to advance the initial workshop’s conversations and ensure ongoing team development. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Following participation in this coaching program, clients will create a strong team foundation focused on team development.
  • Teams will be able to identify and process the 5 dysfunctions of a team, change-focused goals, and engage in productive debate. 
  • Teams will create a transition plan for upcoming officer elections and transitions
  • Clients will better understand the Cycle of Change in order to create a safe environment for their team to thrive

This Approach is Ideal For

  • Campus Activity Boards
  • Student Government Associations
  • Fraternity and Sorority Governing Councils
  • Fraternity and Sorority Chapters Officers
  • Transitioning Professional Staff Teams

Meet Our Change Innovators

A head shot of Dan Faill.Dan Faill

Dan received his bachelor’s degree in communication and leadership studies from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and his master’s degree in educational administration and leadership affairs specializing in student affairs from the University of the Pacific. For over 15 years Dan worked in higher education before becoming a full-time speaker, coach & consultant. He now engages students and communities on topics such as the intersection of alcohol and consent, leadership, creating change, and masculinity in an effort to encourage audiences to be brave enough to have the conversations that matter. He enjoys whatever free time he has spending it with his two children who also live in Los Angeles. 

Jamison Keller, Ed.D.

Dr. Keller earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino where he was involved in many aspects of student life including new student orientation, student government, university ambassadors, Interfraternity Council and within his own fraternity serving in many capacities including president. He went on to earn his Master of Education in College Student Affairs from Azusa Pacific University and his Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Southern California. He has spent 23 years working within higher education as a faculty member, consultant, a student affairs generalist and fraternity and sorority specialist. Professionally, Jamison has also served on the executive boards for the Western Regional Greek Association (now AFLV), the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA),  Gamma Sigma Alpha National Greek Academic Honor Society, and currently for the Southeastern Greek Leadership Association. His areas of interest and research include: group development and team productivity, social justice, leadership, organizational psychology, and risk management.

Kate Steiner, Ph.D

Dr. Kate Steiner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Consumer Sciences from the University of Wyoming, a Master of Counseling degree from Idaho State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Wyoming. She has worked in the professions of Student Affairs and Fraternity and Sorority Advising for over 15 years. She holds a number of volunteer leadership positions most recently including the Director of Educational Programming for the student leadership conferences for the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values and as the Associate Editor of the Oracle Research Journal for the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors. Her areas of research include leadership, wellness, career burnout, career longevity, and team development. Her counseling focus provides strength in being able to recognize patterns and provide support in long-term cultural change for communities and organizations.