Amy Dano
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Amy Dano

Director, Experience and Operations

Amy@Learn2.com

Amy Dano keeps the world running at just the right pace. Her expertise in logistical and administrative systems makes her the heart of Learn2. She has extensive experience in office administration in both the public and private sectors and provides the diplomatic leadership that keeps Learn2 in top form. Amy’s background in training and development taps into her love of learning and energizes her support of clients. The combination of her creative outlook and extensive knowledge of business strategy make Amy uniquely qualified for her work. She keeps the work flowing, the office buzzing, and the complex moving parts of the Learn2 team operating in harmony.

 

Recent Posts by Amy Dano

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Mentoring Vs Leadership Coaching

Discussions around mentorship and leadership coaching often see these two terms being used interchangeably. However, while these two ways forward towards formidable models of leadership certainly have some overlap, there are also important distinctions that organizations can put to work.   Understanding how mentoring and leadership development overlap and differ can help empower your next professional […]

Learn how to build a next generation leadership team with Learn2

How to Build a Next Generation Leadership Team

Your next generation leadership team is seeking the personalized supports they need to become the leaders your organization is in demand of. These high-potential team members are eager to make a difference, and with the right leadership development plan, they will. What are Next Generation Leaders? Next generation leaders are the individuals, within your organization, […]

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Change Management and Leadership Development

Change can be a very positive thing for organizations. However, it can also create a sense of unrest amongst team members – especially if change is not managed as well as it could be. Effective change management brings everyone along through the process in ways that honor their unique capacity for processing and handling evolution. […]