Simple Habits of Exceptional
(But Not Perfect) Parents

Expertly crafted parenting advice . . .
– Kirkus Reviews

Speaking

Ken delivers keynotes and facilitates programs on sensitive topics that are essential for exceptional leadership and healthy workplaces.  After his recent keynote at a fortune 500 company on navigating business relationships in the #metoo era, an event sponsor wrote “You are the absolute best at knocking down barriers and getting people more comfortable with being uncomfortable.”

Coaching

Ken helps his clients clarify and fulfill their aspirations. He helps business leaders create workplaces where everyone feels valued, connected to one another within a meaningful shared effort, and supported in their goals both at work and in their lives as a whole.

Books

Easy-to-read and conversational in style, Ken’s books offer practical guidance on leadership and relationships of all kinds. They include Simple Habits of Exceptional (But Not Perfect) Parents, The Pet Loss Companion: Healing Advice from Family Therapists Who Lead Pet Loss Groups, and Making Love, Playing Power: Men, Women, and the Rewards of Intimate Justice.

Media

Ken is a monthly NBC TV affiliate on-air expert and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Fast Company, Bloomberg, Ignites, Entrepreneur, Fox Business News, Chicago Tribune, Inc. Magazine, Working Mother, HR Executive and other media.

Ken is a unique individual and special talent. He connects and engages with people and organizations with passion, compassion and insight that moves others to challenge and better themselves and those they influence. He has been a tireless champion for mental health and the overall well-being of our work forces and communities!

Michael ThompsonPresident and CEO, National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions

Ken possesses an ability to speak from a depth of knowledge with passion, compassion and just enough provocation to inspire and motivate. He’s a treasure to the field of health – giving us the information we need with enough fire to make us think.

Alan YoungbloodVice-President, EAP, JP Morgan Chase

Effective leaders understand that organizational success requires a focus on both team productivity and health. Ken Dolan-Delvecchio is a uniquely talented leader who thoroughly understands this connection. When he speaks on this subject, Ken inspires those around him to adapt their leadership styles and establish newfound balance in the workplace.

Andy GermakDirector for Global Funding, Columbia University in the city of New York

Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio’s years of experience as an astute counselor and corporate leader make him uniquely qualified to foster a healthy and productive workforce and family relationships. Now, he has literally written the book on the subject.

Bob DeFillippoChief Communications Officer (retired) Prudential Financial, Public Relations Senior Adviser and Adjunct Professor, NYU.

I have partnered with Ken on our workplace mental health initiative.  He is a consummate leader–creative, passionate and eloquent.  He is also a wonderful collaborator. One of the true greats!

Wendy BrennanExecutive Director, NAMI-NYC Metro

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