Dale Harris, Ph.D

Dale Harris

Dale Harris is the Managing Principal of Apex Performance Strategies; a consulting firm that specializes in business strategy and organizational development. Apex partners with companies to enhance organizational performance through a strong understanding of business imperatives and the most current and innovative approaches to learning and development.

Dale’s background in Industrial/Organizational Psychology guides a rigorous methodology which is designed to lead to tangible business outcomes. An entrepreneurial background informs his belief that consulting services must always lead to an exponential ROI for the organization.

His experience cuts across industries (including: consumer products, biotech, professional services, telecom, manufacturing, retail sales, finance, government and education) and consists of both public and private sector agencies. He also has extensive expertise in working with culturally diverse organizations; having worked and lived on five continents.

His specialties include working with executives, and employees of all levels, with demonstrated success and the desire to pursue growth in targeted ways. Consulting Specialties include:

  • Executive Coaching
  • Strategic Planning
  • Team Alignment and Integration
  • Leadership and Management Development (including Assessment)
  • Organizational Diagnosis
  • Change Management

His passion is partnering with organizations in these areas; to grow human talent and align those resources with the strategic objectives of his clients.

Previous clients include (partial list):

  • Sony
  • Illumina
  • Quest Software
  • Petco
  • Pillsbury Winthrop
  • Encore Capital
  • Allergan
  • Goal Financial
  • Experian
  • Invitrogen
  • Bumble Bee
  • James Hardie
  • Activision
  • Qualcomm
  • NewEgg

Dale has a Ph.D in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, an M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and a B.A. in Sociology. His research is in the areas of: organizational assessment, the impacts of multiculturalism in organizations, and performance feedback.