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Ideagen Idea Leader - Exclusive Interview with Dave Wilcox

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Dave is the President of Global Skills X-Change (GSX). Dave co-founded GSX to focus on the deployment and implementation of industry practices for using validated Skill and Knowledge information to provide tools to support the development of a high quality workforce. Currently, he is working with an array of organizations to develop strategies for achieving this objective. Dave was the former Executive Deputy Director of the National Skill Standards Board (NSSB) in Washington, DC. In this role, he was responsible for developing strategies for infusing industry skill standards and certifications in the Workforce Development and Educational Systems of the United States.

Experienced in management skills and business leadership development, Dave holds a Master of Science degree in both Counseling and Human Resources and Electrical Engineering, and is also a registered Professional Engineer. Dave created Wilcox Performance Systems and partnered with Executive Effectiveness Inc. prior to his associations with the NSSB. In these roles, he provided quality leadership and strategic management services for major corporations, the Department of Defense, and many public agencies. He serves on numerous national committees and has been recognized in many publications including "Who's Who in America."

Some X-Facts About Dave:

  • Dave holds a patent in electrophotographic imaging.
  • Dave's early introduction into the training world was as a Dale Carnegie instructor for leadership and sales.
  • Dave has three daughters: Terri, Cindy, Jana; and four grandchildren (two sets of twins).
  • Dave created or co-founded four successful businesses after leaving the engineering profession.

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