Dale E. Kreienkamp is an experienced consultant and organizational executive dedicated to assisting during organizational transitions. Dale is killed at strategically building organizational capacity for the future through the development of people. A demonstrated expertise in leading significant organizational change initiatives, e.g., performance management, new technology implementation (Workday), acquisitions and integration. Excellent presentation and writing skills. An Author.
Dale is the owner of Human Resource Consulting firm named Thriving Through Transitions in St. Louis, MO. Prior to this, Dale served as a Vice President, Human Resource with Lutheran Senior Service. Dale also served as a senior direct at Mercy South and Human Capital Partners LCC.
Dale is active in community activities, serving in various organization such as:
Grace Place Wellness Ministries, St. Louis, Bd. of Directors (2011–Present), Board Chair 2018–Present
Lutheran High School Association Board of Trustees, St. Louis (2010 – 2016) Chair (2013–2015), Vice Chair (2012, 2016)
St. Louis Healthcare Workforce Advisory Committee (2008–2017) (Committee includes healthcare employers, educational institutions, and government agencies, focusing on healthcare workforce development issues in the St. Louis metropolitan area.)
One America Plan Sponsor Advisory Board (2015–2017)
Missouri Baptist Medical Center Community Advisory board (2011–2014)
City of St. Louis, Workforce Investment Board (2006–2011) (Board provides strategic leadership and oversight of workforce development programs implemented by the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment.)
SHRM St. Louis – local chapter of Society for Human Resources Management Leadership responsibilities included President and other chapter Officer positions.
Concordia Lutheran Church – Kirkwood, Missouri Leadership – President, Vice President, Sr. Pastor Search Committee Chair, Building Committee Chair, National Youth Gathering Adult Leader. Currently Job Transition Ministry, est. 2020.
Dale’s publications: “How Long, O Lord, How Long? Devotions for the Unemployed and Those Who Love Them”, published November 2018.