Business & You, The Working Game, is led by David Neenan,
whose enthusiastic, personable presentation style makes him an exciting,
dynamic trainer, responsive to the attitudes, beliefs and needs of
seminar attendees. His commitment to his own personal and professional
development, as well as his continued expanding success, make him a
popular and highly respected leader.
Drawing on more than twenty-five
years of applied success with The Neenan Company, David's "hands-on"
background uniquely qualifies him to lead this workshop. David who
considers The Working Game "an inspirational feast", is an
internationally recognized seminar leader, keynote speaker, and business
consultant. He has conducted The Working Game from coast to coast in the
U.S. He has also taught this course in the Pacific Rim, Sweden, Russia,
Eastern Europe and Africa. He has led over 150 seminars since his first
in 1983. He has taught other courses including Money and You. He has
also consulted or conducted trainings for such companies as
Hewlett-Packard, US Army, ASID, Florida Light and Power, Hilton Hotels,
The Walt Disney Company, and AT&T.
Author of numerous articles on effective management for several
publications including Colorado Green and Fort Collins Business World,
David also co-authored the book Evergreen.
He is Chairman and CEO of the Neenan Company, a development,
architectural and construction firm, headquartered in Ft. Collins,
Colorado, with an annual sales volume of $180 million. The company
designs and constructs office, medical, industrial and high technology
buildings. He has owned the company since 1973.
David was a founder of Foothills National Bank of Colorado and former
president of the Fort Collins School Board as well as The Associated
Contractors of Northern Colorado. He has served on the Board of
Intrawest Bank and the Chamber of Commerce of Fort Collins, and several
other manufacturing and industrial companies. David was "Entrepreneur of
the Year" for Ft. Collins in 1994. The Neenan Company was named Colorado
Business of the Year in 1995. David and his wife, Sharon, received the
"Hope Award" for Ft. Collins in 1998, for their community service.
Born and raised in Columbia, Missouri. David is a "cum laude"
graduate of the University of Missouri. He and his wife reside in Ft.
Collins with the youngest of their four daughters.