Dennis Shuler, President, has over three decades of executive level leadership experience.
He currently is Senior Advisor to Sun Capital Partners in Boca Raton, FL and has worked with Hellman & Friedman in Europe, Bain Capital in both Europe and the United States and AEA Investors and The Carlyle Group n the United States.
He is a retired Officer at Procter & Gamble and has held Chief Human Resources Officer roles at the Walt Disney Company, Kellogg Company, Scripps Networks Interactive and NXP Semiconductors.
Dennis adds unique value by applying focused solutions to complex business and organizational issues. In short, he is high on substance and low on complexity.
A trusted counsel to CEO's and their executive teams, he has shaped the planning of several CEO successions and transitions.
Dennis offers a full range of consulting services and expertise. He and his network of resources flow to client needs and assist in strategy planning, organization design, leadership development, talent management processes and in building required organization capabilities. Currently at work in industry or in their own boutique consultancies, they excel in fast-moving consumer packaged goods, media/entertainment, retail, heavy manufacturing and public sector enterprises.
Dennis graduated magna cum laude from the State University of New York at Oswego with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Economics. He later graduated summa cum laude from the University of Alabama with a Master of Arts in Industrial Relations.
Dennis stays on the leading edge of macro trends and their implications for companies through serving three Universities: Durham University, United Kingdom where he is a Visiting Professor, and as a Board member at Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom and the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
"Sharply focused strategies are essential. However, the key differentiator increasingly lies in the ability of the organization to interpret, align and adapt. There is nothing more powerful than a highly aligned, highly committed workforce pulling together to accomplish a common set of objectives. This mutual self-interest is a company's 'core strength' and is at the heart of sustainable competitive advantage.".
- Dennis W. Shuler, President