Kyle Danner first learned about Conscious Capitalism during the Kansas City Chapter launch in 2018. As a “systems-thinker” who appreciates the complexity and interconnectedness of things, he was drawn to the tenets of Conscious Capitalism.
Kyle long believed that business could be a force for good. Growing up, working in, and becoming a co-owner in his family’s company, he saw firsthand how business could exist to serve every stakeholder it touched. That spirit of service is core to Kyle’s being. He has volunteered in various organizations, including Project Equality, Kansas City Ballet, and the Mid America LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
Following a 17-year career in the family business, Kyle made the difficult decision to leave it all behind. He returned to school to earn a degree in counseling but found he missed working on large business challenges. Today, Kyle helps business owners and their leadership teams build a better business to live a better life by implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System®. He also supports and coaches family-owned companies and their advisors in the midst of transitioning to the next generation.
In his spare time, he enjoys watching live theater and dance, spending time with family and friends, and discussing big ideas over dinner at any one of Kansas City’s fabulous restaurants.