Kevin is a recognized world expert on leadership development and learning, the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group and co-founder of The Remote Leadership Institute. He has spent nearly 30 years helping organizations across North America, and leaders from around the world, on leadership, learning, teams and communication, and he has led his own remote team for over a decade.
Twice he has been named by Inc.com as one of the top 100 Leadership and Management Experts in the World and has also been included in 100 Great Leadership Speakers for Your Next Conference, American Management Association’s Leaders to Watch and Top Sales World’s Top Sales & Marketing Influencers.
He is the author, co-author or a contributing author to nearly 20 books, including Remarkable Leadership and bestsellers From Bud to Boss – Secrets of the Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership (with Guy Harris) and The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership (with Wayne Turmel). His next book, The Long-Distance Teammate (with Wayne Turmel), is due out in January 2021. His blog is consistently ranked among the world’s best, most read and most shared on leadership.
Wayne is a co-founder of The Remote Leadership Institute. He has spent the last twenty years or more obsessed by how people communicate at work. His work has helped organizations on four continents develop the communication skills needed to lead people, projects, and teams and to make the adjustment to remote working
and virtual teams.
Besides The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership, Wayne is the author of nine books, including ATD’s 10 Steps to Successful Virtual Presentations and Meet Like You Mean It: A Leader’s Guide to Painless and Productive Virtual Meetings. He has also contributed to almost a dozen other books. His groundbreaking podcast, The Cranky Middle Manager Show, was one of the first leadership podcasts to be included in the list of 50 Top Influential HR Blogs by BNET. His clients include the American Red Cross, Schneider Electric, Dell, and several departments of the United States and Canadian governments.