Darin Eich

Facilitator, Speaker, Author & Founder, Innovation Learning

Darin Eich

Darin Eich is the author of "Innovation Step-by-Step" and "Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs." His speciality is in helping people and organizations to collaboratively innovate by learning how to do it for their real challenges while working on a real project. He lives in Madison and has a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. His research, writing, and blogging zeroes in on how people can learn leadership & innovation through programs, courses, retreats, & new emerging methods.

Darin is also the President & co-founder of BrainReactions, an innovation and idea generation company founded with a leadership program student that has gone on to be recognized by US News and BusinessWeek. Darin also worked to establish Innovation Trip and InnovationTraining.org, a top Innovation Training website that offers web based workshops.

Darin can be hired as a facilitator, speaker, or consultant to help your institution facilitate, create, and develop innovation or leadership programs, courses, retreats, and even conduct assessment or coach staff on facilitating innovation learning or developing innovation programs. To see more from Darin visit DarinEich.com or email Darin (at) DarinEich.com.

Specialties: Innovation, Leadership Programs, Idea Communication, Program Development, Idea Generation, Entrepreneurship, Facilitation, Professional Speaker, Motivational


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