Steve Dwyer Senior Consultant
Flippen Group
Steve Dwyer joined the Flippen Group in January 2014 as a Senior Consultant. Steve brings over 38 years of experience in both the military and corporate worlds, along with a selfless passion for coaching and mentoring, to our customers. Steve retired from the Army after 30 years of service, which included aviation commands at the battalion and brigade level. His military tours include aviation assignments at Ft. Campbell, Ft. Rucker, Germany, Korea and Iraq. As an Operations Research Analyst, he served at the Pentagon and Aberdeen Proving Ground, but he considers his most rewarding experiences his years spent coaching, mentoring and leading Soldiers. After his retirement Steve served as a Senior Vice President for Leadership Development with Alltel Corp in Little Rock, AR. He developed, planned and implemented a leadership program for Alltel's top 3000 leaders. Steve served as Vice President for Human Resources for Science and Engineering Services where he implemented an initiative to identify and develop potential leadership in the company. In 2011, Steve was named Chief Learning Officer for DynCorp International where he worked with the Flippen group to develop the company’s 2500 top leaders, stationed around the globe. Steve most recently served as Sikorsky's business manager for the U.S. Army's home of Army Aviation. Steve’s ability to inspire and lead stems from his genuine concern for people and their talents. He is excited to bring this passion to the Flippen Group. Steve is a certified flight instructor who wishes he could golf as well as he can fly. He enjoys kayaking and time spent with his family. Steve has been married for 32 years to his wife Gail. They have four children, Steve, Chris, Tim and Maria, and one granddaughter, Juliet, with another on the way.


Day 1

18:25 PM The Best of the Best: Creating a Culture-Driven, People-Centered Organization

  • Does your company culture attract top talent?  
  • What keeps your leaders and teams from achieving the best possible outcomes? 
  • How do you align talent management initiatives with corporate goals? 
  • Five Big Challenges every company faces.