Daniel Delati is a change management expert in the socio-economic field specializing in strategic leadership, organizational development, and social impact analysis. He adopts a people-centered approach in supporting the growth of individuals and institutions by uncovering their stumbling blocks, and designing and implementing realistic structures, strategies, and approaches. He brings management experience from the private and non-profit sectors. Daniel has 20 years of expertise working in small businesses, fortune 500 companies, and non-profit organizations.
Daniel spent 8 years in retail and sales management in the private sector consistently surpassing sales goals through a client-centered approach. He was also successful in supporting organizational development in hundreds of startups and small businesses by addressing owners resistance to change and helping them uncover their unique value. With his private sector expertise and skills, he managed program interventions of leading international NGOs in the humanitarian and development sectors. In his career, Daniel has partnered with a large diversity of development organizations, dozens of local government entities, and implemented multi-million-dollar programs contributing to supporting vulnerable communities. He has designed several socio-economic and livelihood programs in protracted humanitarian crises. This diverse experience has given him not only the knowledge but the tools to be able to understand the intricacies and relationships between individual, institutional, and societal development.
Daniel is a co-founder of 360 Consulting that serves non-profit and public sector institutions. He is also a co-founder of the Lebanese Evaluation Society which was established to work on promoting monitoring and evaluation best practices in Lebanon. He holds an MBA from The University of Iowa with a specialization in strategic planning.