Tiana Ritchell

Tiana Ritchell is a Managing Consultant at Daggerwing Group. Her past experience in Human Resources and Organizational Development gives her unique insight into the human element of strategic communications and change management. She is passionate about helping companies drive cultural transformation in a way that delivers results, while speaking to employees and meeting them where they are. Outside of work, Tiana enjoys cooking for family and friends – especially traditional Italian dishes!


#3FastFacts – Transforming Your Culture?

As leaders figure out which future of work model to implement, they will need to keep their culture in place. In this episode of #3FastFacts, we share key insights about … Continued


Empathy: The Leadership Tool You Need to Sharpen

Historically, empathy and compassion have been viewed as “soft” leadership skills – nice to have but not imperative. Recently, that perception has shifted and empathy has quickly risen to become … Continued


Why Your Employer Brand Should Be Your Top Priority Right Now

At a time when your business may still be focused on survival, focusing on your employer brand might not be at the top of your list. But it should be. … Continued


Bringing Your High Growth Culture to Life

In Town Halls around the world, leaders are standing up and telling employees that they now have permission to “fail fast.” If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Of course, … Continued


Creating a Culture That Drives Growth

Increasingly, Daggerwing Group is called on by C-Suite leaders to transform corporate culture. Based on our experience with Fortune 100 firms across the globe and the trends we’re seeing in … Continued


The Role of the Communicator is Changing. Is Your Organization Keeping Up?

To say change is a constant in today’s world is cliché, but true nonetheless. Times are changing, as is the role of the communicator who is being asked to do … Continued

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