Roger Connors welcoming the audience
Roger Connors is co-founder and CEO of Partners In Leadership. He is a four-time New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. He and his business partner, Tom Smith, have authored the most extensive body of knowledge on workplace accountability ever written, and are recognized as the worldwide experts on the topic. Roger brings over 30 years of extensive expertise in assisting senior management teams all over the world in successfully facilitating large-scale cultural transformation. Recently, his company was named to the Inc. 5000 fastest growing privately held companies in America.

As a pioneer on the subjects of workplace culture and accountability and an industry thought leader, Roger has developed #1 award winning content and has published and interviewed extensively, including Forbes, Chief Learning Officer, Workforce Magazine, Energy Digital, Training and Development Magazine, Leadership Excellence Magazine, Talent Management Magazine, Journal of Business Strategy, Executive Excellence, and Inside Supply Management Magazine. His radio, television, and webcast appearances include CNBC’s Power Lunch, KWHY-TV “Market Talk,” OCN-TV’s “Prime Story,” Fortune 100 Executive Teleconference, Business Radio Network, UPI, Voice of America, Business Matters, and numerous other broadcasts. In addition, he was a featured speaker at the Executive Office of the President of the United States in Washington, D.C.

Roger has conducted workshops and consulting engagements throughout the world with some of the most successful and prestigious companies. He is a highly respected facilitator of senior executive groups and management teams. He has partnered with his clients to help them produce billions of dollars in improved profitability and shareholder value using the Partners In Leadership Training. His clients include 25% of the “Most admired companies in the world,” almost half of the Dow Jones Industrial Average Companies, all 13 of the top 13 most admired Pharmaceutical Companies, and nearly half of the Fortune 50 largest companies in the United States, along with many other well-known and highly regarded organizations.
Roger Connors participating in one of the group activities Roger co-authored the classic New York Times Bestselling book The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability, ranked year after year as one of the top five bestselling business books in the leadership and performance categories. He also co-authored the New York Times bestsellers The Wisdom of Oz: Using Personal Accountability to Succeed in Everything; How Did That Happen? Holding People Accountable for Results the Positive, Principled Way; and Change the Culture, Change the Game: The Breakthrough Strategy for Energizing Your Organization and Creating Accountability for Results as well as the bestselling book Journey to the Emerald City: Achieve a Competitive Edge by Creating a Culture of Accountability.

Roger is a member of the American Society for Training & Development. He holds an MBA, with Distinction, from The Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University and a Bachelor of Science from the School of Accountancy at Brigham Young University, ranked as the No. 1 Accounting program in the nation by the Wall Street Journal. Roger and his wife, Gwen, have five children.



Roger Connors

Roger Connors
CEO Bestselling Author

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I am writing to you in order to share my appreciation for the work you have done with our company, and to share my excitement for the new book you are writing. The concepts you have shared with us, especially those surrounding accountability, have proven to be truly valuable."
Steve Johnson,
Vice President,
Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.
"I would like to express my appreciation for your insight into our issues and for the impact that you have had on this Division."
Alan Dinner,
Vice President,
Eli Lilly and Company
"The success of the program was due in a large part to the flexibility afforded by Tom Smith and Roger Connors in allowing us to divide the training into modules that met the needs of local areas and departments. I appreciate the level of support, coaching and patience that my team and I received from the PIL organization. They all truly demonstrate being "Above The Line".
Madeline Deaton,
Director of Learning,
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc.
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