Danny Langloss Presents His Keynote, "OwnerShift" at the Midwest Summit on Leadership
This is a 6 minute clip highlighting several segments of this keynote presentation.
Danny Langloss speaks at P.A.A.R.I.'S National Police Conference in Boston, Ma. in December of 2017
This is a short sample speaker video from Danny Langloss' closing keynote presentation at the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery National Conference.
Creating a Culture of Leadership
Leadership has never been more important than it is today. The failure in leadership across many organizations is a driving force of “The Great Resignation”. The shutdown created by COVID-19 has given people time to reflect and rethink their purpose, personally and professionally. Creating a positive workplace experience through inclusive cultures where people feel like they belong and are making a positive impact has never been more important.
Imagine a team of purpose-driven leaders, formal and informal, across every level of the organization. This is the essence of Creating a Culture of Leadership. Leadership Cultures drive high levels of positive energy, belonging, engagement, innovation, loyalty, and ownership. These cultures thrive through a solutions-oriented mindset where team members see challenges as opportunities and leaders put their people in the best position to reach their full potential.
In this presentation, City Manager Danny Langloss shares key strategies to create a Culture of Leadership.
Danny Langloss Leads the Opening Keynote at the 2017 P.A.R.R.I. National Conference in Boston, Ma.
In this 11 minutes sample speaker video, Danny Langloss talks about change leadership, changing organizational culture, and how to unleash the champion in your organization.
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS, LEAD: DIXON'S RISE FROM THE $54 MILLION CRUNDWELL EMBEZZLEMENT
(NOTE: This is a live virtual keynote presentation for a crisis leadership conference.)
On April 17, 2012, City of Dixon Comptroller Rita Crundwell was arrested by the FBI for the largest municipal embezzlement in the history of the United States. Crundwell embezzled $54 million from Dixon over a span of more than 20 years. This devastating event destroyed community trust, city employee culture, and left the small town of Dixon demanding answers and accountability.
Following additional fall-out, the City Council turned to their Chief of Police, Danny Langloss, for leadership that would rebuild community trust, professionalize every aspect of City operations, stabilize the internal culture of the City, change the form of city government, and lead to the recovery of more than $50 million in an out-of-court settlement. City Manager Danny Langloss (Ret. Chief of Police – Dixon) will discuss the theft and crisis leadership strategies that restored community trust, rebuilt the city team, and helped Dixon become the gold standard of rural communities.