Rodger Dean Duncan

Rodger Dean Duncan (born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is an American author and business consultant whose focus is leadership, human performance, and the strategic management of change. Bestselling author Stephen R. Covey called Duncan’s work on leadership "brilliantly insightful, inspiring – profound, yet user friendly – visionary, yet highly practical." Duncan's consulting and coaching clients include executives and leaders from some of the world's most prominent companies in a wide range of industries. He is author of the internationally bestselling book Change-friendly Leadership: How to Transform Good Intentions into Great Performance. The book has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Eric Hoffer Award for "the advancement of principles and practices that are vital for a thriving society." In addition to consulting work, Duncan is a regular contributor to Forbes magazine.

After working at F.I. duPont, Glore Forgan & Co., the Wall Street operations of Texas businessman H. Ross Perot, Duncan started his consulting career in 1972. His first client was the Executive Office of the President of the United States. He served as communication counsel to cabinet officers in two White House administrations. He later served in a similar capacity for Republican U.S. Senators Richard Lugar, Orrin Hatch, and Howard Baker.

Rodger Dean Duncan

Born
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
 
Education
Baylor University, Brigham Young University, Purdue University
 
Occupation
Business consultant, author, professional speaker
 
Political party
Republican
 
Religion
Christian (Latter-day Saint)
 
Spouse(s)
Rean Robbins