AMY DANIELS, Ph.D.
Amy serves as a trusted advisor to top executives of both public and privately held companies. She partners with leaders across industries to manage large-scale transformation initiatives driven by changes in strategy, product, technology, structure, and process. Prior to founding Daniels Consulting Group (DCG) in 2002, Amy spent five years with Arthur Andersen.
As an organizational psychologist, she is uniquely equipped to collaborate with clients, assess group dynamics, listen, and provide direct and candid advice. Amy invests considerable effort to understand each client’s strengths and development opportunities and the organizational culture in which they work. Her knowledge of leadership and motivational theories enables her to develop winning change management strategies and effectively coach clients to achieve higher levels of performance.
Amy values the long-term relationships she shares with her clients. She has helped companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Caterpillar Inc., CNA Insurance, Intel, McDonald’s, Motorola, Spencer Stuart, TreeHouse Foods, USG Corporation, and US Foods, transform their businesses and their leadership in fundamental ways, and each experience has taught her practical lessons with broad relevance for other organizations.
Since 2001, Amy has served on the board of directors for RehabVisions, a privately held rehabilitation services company providing physical therapy to hospitals and skilled nursing facilities in the Midwest. Since 2006, Amy has also served on the board of directors for SHORE, a non-profit providing support to the developmentally disabled on Chicago’s North Shore.
Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and her doctorate in industrial/organizational psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois.
Amy and her family live in a suburb just north of the city of Chicago where she and her husband are the proud parents of three kids and one mischievous golden retriever.