David Romney

Senior Advisor - Strategic Change Consultant

 

 

 

“Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to high sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.”

-Peter Drucker

Professional Background

David Romney’s passion for his clients’ success defines his career. For over a decade, David has worked with leaders of companies such as Intermountain Healthcare, Sundt Construction, Digital Gateway, LinkTrust and Rockwell to achieve performance breakthroughs. He is known for his strategic thinking and ability to implement growth and transformational objectives. His holistic approach aligns people, processes, and strategies to achieve desired results.

David’s career includes both internal and external consulting roles in a number of leading organizations. Prior to Ascent Advisor, he partnered with internal leaders at an international non-profit organization to realign their Human Resource function. He also helped design and implement their new leadership model and development process. He began his career at InsideOut Development, a training and development company focused on teaching coaching and team building skills to Fortune 500 leaders. David is an avid learner and teacher. He has guest lectured at Brigham Young University’s Marriott of Management, continued to take courses and certifications in management, and written chapters on organizational change for a Harvard Professor’s project. He holds an MBA from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University.

Interest Areas

David focuses on helping clients achieve their objectives through business transformation, strategic planning and implementation, organization development, executive coaching, culture and change management, and leadership consulting.

Personal Notes

David loves reading thought provoking books and articles, serving in humanitarian organizations, and having adventures with his wife and children. He and his family live by the Wasatch Mountains in American Fork, Utah.