Andrew Kallman

Culture: get everyone moving in the right direction…and loving it

Peter Drucker is credited with saying, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” In the Flow Leadership Framework, we have updated that quote to “Culture eats everything … for breakfast, lunch and dinner.”

Culture is one of the most abstract concepts with which we work every day in organizations. In this session, Andrew brings this topic right down to the street-level of how to continuously guide the organization’s cultural journey. Flow is a new concept on the cutting edge of leadership and it is your road map on how to redefine your organizational leadership and culture.

Flow's definition of culture includes: Vision, Mission, Purpose, Core Values & Attitudes, Strategy(s), and Goals & Objectives. You will learn how to use these to create a sustainable, high-performance culture within your organization and how to boost your, your team’s and organization’s productivity with the Flow Leadership Framework.


Andrew Kallman

Andrew has over thirty-five years of leadership experience and is currently working as an Executive/Enterprise Flow Coach, Mentor and Trainer helping teams achieve & sustain high-performance and enabling executive teams to implement their vision and strategy(s). He is the co-creator of the Flow Leadership Framework which has been distilled to its current form during the past 26 years and is the co-author of two best-selling books on the topic (“Nehemiah Effect” and “Flow”). Combined, the Flow Leadership Framework has delivered over $223 million in value during the past three decades for clients in the US, Europe and Asia.


He also has been a keynote speaker at Agilia in 2018, a keynote speaker at the Agilean conference (Knowit Group) in 2014 as well as numerous sessions for PMI conferences in Gothenburg, Malmö and Stockholm, Sweden from 2014 through 2018. He is a Flow Certified Trainer (FCT), a Flow Certified Coach (FCC), a Flow Certified Professional (FCP) along with a CSM, CSP-SM, PMP, AHF, and SA. He has an MBA in Marketing and International Business from GVSU in the US.