sample reviews


“Ken Cooper is one of this city’s most popular management consultants.”

St. Louis Magazine

“Cooper is in the forefront of research into communication.”

Executive Review

“You hit a grand slam in both sessions.” 


“Rave reviews. We won’t let the renewed enthusiasm die.”


“Leadership through Excellence of Character was informative, interesting, and a highlight of our meeting.”

Internal Revenue Service

“Our attendance was a record-breaker, and believe me, you made it all possible.” 

Institute of Financial Education

“Ken received the highest rating of any of this year’s speakers—4.9 out of 5.0.” 

ASTD Torch

“These are the best ratings for a speaker at the Management Forum so far this year.”


“During the second session, we had to put another 50 to 100 chairs in the room to accommodate the overflow crowd.” 


“The ratings results were Speaker: 44 excellent, 2 good.”



“Dan and Ken Cooper have provided a detailed framework and approach that addresses the intersection of learning and technology directly.”
Elliot Masie, Chair
The MASIE Center’s Learning CONSORTIUM

“Dan and Ken Cooper bring vision, mission and a refreshing practicality to how employee training and development should be approached.”
Mike Cooke, CEO
BrandonHall Group

“If you want to enable your training department to help drive the business success of your organization, this is the book to read.”
Dan Cox, CEO
Cox eLearning Consultants

“…is a guide for those in charge of their business’s training programs, and shows how to avoid the common pitfalls that come with training … a strongly recommended pick for business reference sections.”
The Midwest Book Review

“This is an interesting and witty look at how to make the most effective use of one’s time.”
Library Journal

“A ‘toolbox’ of practical ideas for leaders who want to create great organizations.”
Jon Baker, CEO


“An eye-opener about marrying relationship management technology to customer profitability.”
Richard Huttner, former President
Baby Talk Group, AOL Time Warner

“Useful because of its systematic style … recommended for public libraries.”
Library Journal