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Experience In The Real World

Dave has earned his Professional Behavioral Analyst and Professional Driving Forces Analyst certifications (CPBA & CPDFA). He has consulted with over 60 companies in 16 states across the country.  His clients represent a large cross section of industry from manufacturing, retail, construction, engineering, farming, trucking communications and service.

Dave was raised in Philadelphia and now resides in rural Ramona CA with his wife and their 2 dogs, Blue and Chip.  Although he is no longer taking apart televisions, he is constantly taking his golf game apart.  Unfortunately he has no more luck putting it back together then he did with his family TV those many years ago.


Decreasing Your Hours While Increasing Your Profits

When Dave took apart the family TV at the tender age of 5 and couldn’t put it back together again, he knew he was in big, scary trouble. He earned a week of a timeouts, 5 days without dessert, and a life-long lesson: building something is more difficult than destroying something. This insatiable curiosity about how things work lead Dave to receiving a degree from Temple University in Engineering. Now, not only does he know how to reassemble his TV or computer, but he spends his days with entrepreneurs and business owners building profitable systems and companies.

A Disciplined Approach to Business

A practicing martial artist since the age of 13, Dave earned multiple black belts in 2 different styles. His disciplined training spills over to his consulting so that clients implement structured business practices that boost performance. Additionally, Dave kicks to the curb old-fashioned myths about financial reporting so those clients make better decisions.

Systematic Approach To Business Problems

As a Naval Flight Officer flying F-14’s off the deck of the USS Independence, Dave learned the value of efficient and repeatable systems: how habit patterns and training allow for fast, accurate and good decisions. Today Dave trains businesses on systems that improve efficiency, reduce costs, and lift production.

Leadership Systems That Boost Morale…and Profits!

Dave’s biggest challenges as a Naval Officer didn’t come in the cockpit, but rather as a leader of personnel.  Keeping morale up while at sea for 111 days in preparation for Desert Storm was no easy task.  It was under these conditions where he grasped how the right words at the right time inspire and motivate people.  With 70% of today’s workers disengaged from their jobs costing U.S. companies an estimated $500 billion, Dave shows business owners practical steps that improve morale and profits.

Developed Tactical Systems That Achieved Strategic Goals

Transitioning from mechanical systems to business systems occurred naturally.  As Vice President of Operations for Communications Plus, Dave Rosenberg literally wrote the book on Operations.  He standardized everyday tasks from answering the phone to what technicians said to clients to closing down for the day.  His efforts lowered labor costs by a staggering 30%!

When Dave was hired as Vice President for Priority Moving, his responsibilities were ill-defined.  As the company grew, both quality and profitability started to slip. Taking over as President, Dave put into place a comprehensive customer service program. Results? Yelp ratings jumped from a rating of 4.0 (out of a 5 point scale) to a solid 4.65 average star rating in less than 1 year.


Dave is one of the best business consultants in San Diego I have ever worked with. He has been a significant help in our business. I really appreciate his help and strongly recommend him to other San Diego business owners.

Alireza Mehrzad, Local Guide
I started working with Dave when my 20-years old company was struggling. We finished last year with some fantastic growth and are positioned to grow profitability this year. I couldn’t have done it without him.
Steve Fox, Fox Plumbing


Leading in Crisis

By |March 16th, 2020|Categories: Communications, Employees, Leadership, News|

How to Plan for Survival In my life, I have always found that nothing helps in times of uncertainty like having a plan. If you aren’t sure what you can do, this is the time to rally your team and develop a plan. Remember, your job, as a leader, is to ensure that your team survives and thrives. Here are some considerations and some questions you can ask: • What is the nature of your customers, business or consumers?


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Leadership Consultant


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Dave Rosenberg

Leadership Consultant