“When you become a person that can be trusted, you also become someone that can lead, uplift, and make meaningful change”

-Dallin Cooper

About Dallin

Dallin Cooper has owned and operated businesses of all sizes for nearly a decade. Teaching the same principles of ethical leadership that led to the success of his own businesses, Dallin is the speaker for any business group, association or organization looking to develop a culture of trust.  Ethics generally gets a reputation of being a boring and stuffy topic. Dallin strives to subvert that reputation by crafting speeches and trainings that don’t feel like “ethics training.”  Instead, audiences will learn about how their actions impact their relationships with others as well as themselves in such a way that they yearn to behave more ethically not because of compliance, but because of the benefit that behavior brings to their lives.

 Typical audiences for Dallin’s presentations range from businesses looking for ethics education to schools or organizations seeking to teach their members how to improve interpersonal relationships.

What People Are Saying

“I have heard a lot of speakers in my time; Dallin Cooper is a dynamic, credible and entertaining speaker. Simply a treat to listen to.”

Shane Cox

VP, Source Office & Technology

“Dallin is a highly persuasive speaker in particular because of his ability to integrate and articulate relevant evidence into his presentations. What’s more, he always does an excellent job of telling a good story that connects with his audience. I highly recommend him.”

Chase Thiel

Professor of Business Ethics, UW

“Dallin has a gift for making any topic engaging. His ability to connect with an audience in a transformational way is unrivaled.”

Morley Baker

Co-Founder & COO, Kapturly

Presentation Topics

The Trust Vortex

As Dallin’s flagship presentation, The Trust Vortex is part ethics training, part marketing instruction, and part culture development. Despite technology that constantly connects us, people are getting more and more socially isolated.  If you want a better relationship with someone, you need to trust them more and you need them to trust you more. Unfortunately, people don’t come with a handy Trust-o-Meter that displays trust levels and outlines all the benefits of increased trust, which is why we need The Trust Vortex.

Key Takeaways & Details
  • Four easy to apply principles that will build trust with virtually anyone
  • Shifting Momentum: Rebuilding damaged trust

  • The lasting impact of trust in your organization

Get On The Bull: Developing Attitudes & Behaviors for Successful Leadership

There is a clear difference between being just a boss and being a leader. A boss has power and influence because someone gave them a title. A leader has power and influence because they earned it from those around them. Regardless of position, an ethical leader lifts, inspires, and encourages those around them; not only to perform better, but to become better. Those they lead are happier, more productive, and more innovative because they know they have a leader who truly has their best interests at heart.

Key Takeaways & Details
  • Why ethical leadership matters

  • Embracing mistakes: Building trust through accountability and transparency

  • Improving communication and morale through consideration

Ethics For Humans

Ethics and compliance have a major branding issue. If you have to preface your trainings with the word “mandatory”, you aren’t in a great spot. But that’s exactly how most ethics trainings are introduced. Ethics for Humans moves the conversation away from lists of unacceptable behavior and cautionary tales about lawsuits. Instead, we focus on the benefits of ethics and developing moral maturity in a way that ignites a passionate advocacy for ethical behavior in participants. And when every employee is an advocate for ethics, compliance practically takes care of itself.

Key Takeaways & Details
  • How to make ethics fun (or at the very least interesting)

  • The transformational power of moral development in our personal and professional lives

  • How culture, ethics, and compliance interact and ways to use that interaction to create meaningful change

Contact Dallin

Events Contact

Wilene Dunn (WCD Speakers)