For over 20 years, Jamie and Patrick Leddin
have worked to answer these questions.
Initially their efforts were performed individually as Jamie worked in academia and Patrick
served in the U.S. military and at two large, international consulting firms.
A Today, Patrick
and Jamie continue to partner with clients to help them develop people to drive results.
Dr. Patrick Leddin, PMP
has over 20 years of professional experience working with all levels of organizations from executives and senior leaders to front line team members.
work with public sector organizations and numerous Fortune 500 companies, focuses on helping organizations, teams, and individuals clearly define their priorities and putting processes and systems in place to ensure success goal accomplishment.
This work has taken him throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia.
Patrick was the co-owner of Wedgewood Group, which made the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in America.
He served as Managing Director at Wedgewood Group until it was acquired in April 2012.
He currently works as Senior Consultant for FranklinCovey where he works with clients on leadership, strategy execution, and productivity engagements.
He is a previous Senior Consultant at KPMG Consultant (now Deloitte Consulting) and began his career as an infantry officer in the United States Army.
While in the Army, he served as a company commander, executive officer, and platoon leader in the 82nd Airborne Division.
experience in the military includes completing Airborne, Jumpmaster, and Ranger schools.
is a native of Chicago, IL.
He earned his PhD in Communication with an emphasis on Organizational and Instructional Communication from the University of Kentucky.
is a Project Management Institute
certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
is the author of Oliver's Spot and Oliver's Spot for the Public Sector.
developed a non-fussy, realistic and relatable five step process to achieve or perhaps maintain "the faith", "the loyalty", and "the answerability" to our greatest daily requirement we owe the general public, to achieve optimal timely results, perform enthusiastically, institute cost saving efforts and to be an inspirational leader.
message is right on point and is a great resource for any government manager/supervisor.