Andy Janning is a nationally recognized expert in leadership, communication, and organizational development with over two decades of management and executive leadership experience.
During his 13-year tenure at FORUM Credit Union, starting as their Corporate Trainer and finishing as their Vice President of Organizational Development, Andy led the creation of hundreds of new learning and organizational development programs to support FORUM’s $700 million in asset growth. His expertise helped FORUM capture Best Places to Work in Indiana awards in 2008 and 2012, along with a Top Place to Work award in 2010 from the Indianapolis Star.
Andy has earned national accolades for overall employee development excellence from Training Magazine and the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD). The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) named him the national Training Professional of the Year, and Training Magazine called him one of the Top Trainers in the world under the age of 40.
Andy has served as a featured keynote and breakout speaker at over 200 state and national events in the last decade, where his sessions regularly earn rave reviews and standing ovations. He’s a trusted advisor to clients across the country, providing proven communication and conflict resolution training for experienced and emerging leaders while ensuring their talent development efforts consistently hit the mark.
Andy has used his national award-winning filmmaking skills to tell life-changing stories for the National Credit Union Foundation and other organizations across the country. His professional photo and film work for prominent artists, evangelists, and everyday heroes has been seen by hundreds of thousands around the world, and been featured by National Geographic.
His latest book – Heroes, Villains, and Drunk Old Men: A Love Story for Real Life – is available from Amazon and BarnesAndNoble.com.
He’s also a voiceover artist, stage and radio actor, former crisis and suicide counselor, and bad golfer.
His favorite work, though, is serving his wife and daughters back home in Indiana.