Co Creating a World that Works for EveryOne

Dan is an Adjunct Professor at Franklin Pierce University and has been teaching business courses in Human Resource Management, Human Relations, Organization Behavior, Conflict Management as well as many other business courses for several years. His educational background includes a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a Major in Human Resource Management from Franklin Pierce University. He is also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management from Southern NH University.

Dan also holds two Human Resources certification one from the Human Resource Certification Institute (PHR) and one from the Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM-CP).

He has an Award named after him called the Daniel W. Griffiths Leadership award. He was also awarded the HR Hero Award from the NH Granite State Human Resources Committee for 2011.

Dan has presented these speaking topics to companies and to local SHRM chapters around the country. “The Future of HR: Promoting Business Success in a Changing Global Workplace”, “ Six Key Elements of an Effective Talent Acquisition Strategy”, “Successful HR Strategies for Building an Ethical Workplace Culture”, “Effective Workplace Communication: Promoting Success Through a Culture of Trust and Belief”, “Driving Business Success with Workplace Flexibility”, “HR and the Aging Workforce: Strategies and Best Practices”, “Six Smart HR Strategies to Address Today’s Serious Skills Gap” and Five Habits of Destructive HR Leaders.