Keith Wyche

Practicing C-Suite executive who helps companies successfully navigate transition, rapid growth and change.

Gain solutions on organizational transition resilience and career development from a results-driven, practicing C-suite executive. Keith pulls stories from his exceptional record of leading successful transformation initiatives in industries undergoing rapid change including technology, manufacturing, outsourced services, and grocery retail. With more than 30 years of experience, earning serious results for some of America’s best-known corporations including Walmart, AT&T, IBM, Pitney Bowes, Ameritech, SuperValu, and Convergys, Keith has risen to become a successful corporate president and one of the highest-ranking African-American executives in the U.S. Keith understands the rules for success, rules he now shares as an author, speaker, and thought leader. Keith is the author of Good Is Not Enough and Corner Office Rules.


Testimonials

Participants appreciated hearing from an executive outside the firm that demonstrated awareness of how change has impacted organizations in different industries. Participants felt that Keith was 'dynamic' and appreciated his 'straight talk' in terms of how leaders should manage those that don't adapt well to change.

— Ameriprise Financial

Keith was dynamic, compelling, and on point with his presentation, causing several moments where the audience's clapping required him to pause, before jumping back into the message. At the end, he brought the audience to their feet. Keith was clearly the right choice to close out our conference, and to re-energize the leaders.

— NAAAHR

Keith absolutely met, and in some instances exceeded, our expectations. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive for both the keynote event and the follow-up workshop. Our employees appreciated his candor, personal story, and the practical tools and tips he was able to share.

— Deena Rembert-Neason, Dr Pepper Snapple Group

Thank you again for your invaluable insight, engagement with all of our people, and your passion for others' success. There were a lot of takeaways that we will carry forward to continue our mission of equal representations in all levels of our business.

— Michele Bosh, Enterprise Holdings