Darren Noble

    Turning culture into a
    competitive advantage


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    About Darren

    Sales Development Director at Quantum Workplace, Darren Noble has worked in the world of employee engagement analytics for nearly 10 years. He has served as an advisor and consultant for clients such as the University of Notre Dame, F5 Networks, Fossil Group, and Buffalo Wild Wings. His goal is to help enterprise leaders understand how to leverage their workplace culture as a competitive advantage in terms of hiring, engaging, developing, and keeping top talent. With an emphasis on data analytics, Darren helps organizations glean insights from their engagement survey results and then incorporate action steps into global talent strategies that lead to better business results.
    Prior to his work at Quantum Workplace, Darren advised talent management executives in the areas of employee engagement, leadership development, recruiting, succession planning, and survey analytics through his work at the CEB.
    Darren graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in psychology, followed by earning his masters at DePaul University. He resides in Denver, Colorado and is dad to the "coolest dude and dudette on the planet."
    Darren’s depth of expertise in employee engagement was quickly made obvious to a room full of HR leaders during his presentation. Ears perked up and people took note.
    • Maggie Frye
    • Founder & Principal Consultant
    • Core
    • How to Infuse Engagement Into Your Business’s DNA
    • Rules of Engagement: How Engagement Impacts Bottom Line Results
    • The Recognition Tipping Point
    • Greater Cincinnati Human Resources Association, June 2014
    • Wiley
    • Herman Miller
    • University of Notre Dame
    • F5 Networks
    • Blackbaud
    • Team Industrial Services
    • Ruan
    • Quanex
    • Nova Southeastern University
    • Central Garden & Pet
    The data isn’t enough. Darren presented the data in a way that engaged our senior leadership team so that we learned something from it. It’s that facilitated learning that leads to actions that will change our company for the better.
    • Ron Hanson
    • VP of HR
    • Ruan