College of Business
Corporate & Executive Education

Cam Danielson

Faculty Partner

Areas of Expertise

  • Executive Coaching and Consulting
  • Human Resources Strategy
  • Change / Transition Management
  • Corporate Learning & Development Strategy
  • Leadership Selection & Development

Since 2005 Cam has been a Partner at MESA Research Group in charge of the education practice. Prior to 2005, Cam was the Executive Director of Executive Education for the Kelley School of Business.
 
Cam is the Faculty Program Director of the Global Leadership Program, a consortium of global firms with headquarters in the U.S., Europe, and India. Member companies include Indus Towers, Ingersoll-Rand, Schneider Electric Industries, GDF-Suez, Kohler Co., Mahindra & Mahindra, Polaris Software, and UTI. Participants in the program are high potential senior managers who have been identified as successors to direct reports to the CEO. In addition to his responsibilities directing a program on three continents, he teaches a session on Leading Personal Change and serves as an executive coach.

Cam is the Faculty Program Director for the ExxonMobil Enterprise Leadership Programs in Europe and Asia.  He leads the team in Europe while providing direction to the team in Asia. He teaches personal and organization change in conjunction with his coaching duties in the program.

In addition to the firms mentioned above, Cam has designed and/or delivered executive leadership programs for global firms such as 3M, BP, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Dow Chemical, Eli Lilly & Co, FedEx, Rolls-Royce, Whirlpool, and Xerox.
 
Cam has published research on the formulation and deployment of corporate learning strategies in the Academy of Management Executive, Business Horizons, and as a chapter in the book Improving Learning Transfer in Organizations, eds. Elwood Holton and Timothy Baldwin (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003). More recently his research has focused on the characteristics of individuals in late-stage adult development. His most recent publication is "The Effects of Long-Term Participation in The Monroe Institute Programs," in The Monroe Institute Journal (Spring 2008). Cam is certified in the Leadership Circle Profile, Keirsey Temperament Sorter, and I-OPT.