David Hunnicutt, PhD, MS
Principal, David Hunnicutt, Int’l
The world is changing at a blinding rate of speed—and so is the way we work.
Astonishingly, if you look at the compilation of companies that appeared on the original Fortune 500 in 1955, it’s mind-boggling to think that 87% are no longer on the list. Said another way, only 67 companies of the original list of 500 have withstood the test of time–the rest have been completely erased. And if that’s not startling enough, futurists are now telling us that at the current rate of turnover, three-quarters of the companies on the S&P 500 in 2027 will be companies that aren’t even in existence today.
No matter who we are or in what organization we work, everyone is being asked to do more with less–in a fraction of the time!
So what does this mean for you, your organization and your employees’ health?
This presentation zeroes in on what the best do better when it comes to creating enduring change.
David is a well-known thought-leader in the wellness field. He consults with forward-thinking business and health leaders who are looking to better understand how to build cultures that work and create healthier, higher performing workplaces.
In addition, he speaks and trains nationally and internationally on a variety of business and health topics. Over the last two decades, David has delivered more than 500 keynotes for some of the most notable business and health conferences in the U.S. and Europe.
David is a sense-maker and simplifier. He is also an arch-enemy of underperforming cultures. Obsessed with helping leaders create breathtaking change he is driven to do cool stuff daily.
Prior to starting his own firm, he was the CEO of WELCOA for 20 years, and worked with many of the nation’s best business leaders and health professionals.
David is the Principal of David Hunnicutt, Int’l, a business and health consulting firm. He holds a PhD from the University of New Mexico. When he is in the US, David offices at 2108 South 197th Street in Omaha, NE 68130. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.