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Lead Inside the Box

Victor Prince

Victor is the Managing Director of DiscoveredLOGIC – a professional training  firm focused on leadership development. His new book Lead Inside the Box: How Smart Leaders Guide Their Teams to Exceptional Resultsis designed to help leaders use their time and effort more efficiently and effectively so they get the best performance possible out of their teams.

He teaches a course on the Lead Inside the Box method in which he facilitates your use of the approach covered in the book to create your own plan for improving your team’s performance.  He’s also available as a speaker for your next event.  Simply contact him if you’re interested in bringing him into your organization to speak.

Victor has over twenty years of experience teaching and applying advanced problem-solving, communication and presentation techniques.  His experience is broad and covers both the public and private sector.

Victor began his business career as a consultant and case team leader in the Dallas and London offices of Bain & Company.  He led strategy engagements with clients in the US, Great Britain, France and Spain in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, energy and office supplies.  He was also a trainer in the Associate Consulting Training program, a two-week intensive session held annually to train new college hires from all Bain’s global offices in all aspects of Bain’s consulting, problem solving, and communication methods.

After Bain, Victor was a Senior Director of Marketing & Analysis at Capital One, responsible for internet marketing strategy.  Over his five years with Capital One, he frequently taught a full day course on structured problem-solving and writing to Capital One associates.

Victor returned to public service as a member of Mayor Fenty’s cabinet in the Executive Office of the Mayor, Washington D.C.  He served as deputy to the City Administrator, and was responsible for CapStat – the management program Mayor Fenty established to improve performance and accountability across the $10 billion local District government.  He also served as the coordinator (“czar”) for the District’s use of the $240MM in federal stimulus funding from the 2009 Recovery Act.  In addition to his regular duties, Victor trained other appointees on these problem-solving techniques.

Most recently, Victor served as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the new federal government agency established in 2010 to make markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans.  As COO, Victor was one of the top executives in the Bureau and managed a division with a $100+ million budget and a team of 300+ people responsible for human resources, information technology, finance, travel, facilities, security, procurement, equal employment opportunity, and the consumer complaint response center.  In addition to those regular duties, Victor delivered training sessions on these problem-solving techniques to staff across the Bureau.  Victor earned an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.