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Dana Carman

Dana Carman is an expert in human and organizational transformation. Since 1984, Dana has worked as a senior advisor, consultant and executive coach to leaders of more than 200 visionary organizations on five continents. His clients include multi-nationals, small and mid-sized market leaders, governments and NGO’s that are committed to making a significant impact nationally, regionally and globally.

For well over two decades, Dana has brought a whole systems approach to complex organizational change. His clients typically engage him when the cost of not succeeding with a key strategy or initiative is unacceptable. Dana’s footprint is an organization that is producing results at a new level, accompanied by a culture of greater agility, resilience and trust.

Dana has co-founded two pioneering consultancies and trained and certified more than 500 consultant’s, coaches and change agents worldwide. Working closely with his strategic partners, Dana is currently designing and leading Integral Journeys for Russian and Baltic executives to expand their capacity to lead in a globally connected world. In the last several years, Dana has co-founded the Action Inquiry Associates, and is an owner, board member and core faculty of MetaIntegral Academy which offers next generation leader development programs for executives and change agents from five continents.

Dana studied Environmental Education at The University of Vermont, Business at San Francisco State University and The Center for Management Design. He is a certified Lectical consultant. Dana is also certified in Polarity Management, Spiral Dynamics, the Leadership Development Profile, the Global Leadership Profile, Holocracy and Overcoming your Immunity to Change.

Dana lives in Ashland, Oregon and spends much of his time back country skiing and backpacking. Dana integrates his passion for leadership and wilderness, thru leading Executive Vision Quest experiences with his close colleague, Mike Bodkin.

Dana Carman

Dana Carman


San Francisco