Bill Quigg

Bill Quigg is president of Discovery Learning International - a seminar and consulting company.


Discovery Learning's basic work is in assisting organizations with information, tools and methods to deal effectively with rapid, turbulent and unpredictable change. Bill conducts retreats using CoNexus® technology addressing subjects of creative strategic planning, human resource planning, development of products & services, and organization purpose-vision & mission and integration of mergers and acquisitions.


Discovery Learning International also markets The Integrity Forum® which equips managers to build high performing salespeople. Integrity Forum® offers peer-to-peer membership for people who directly manage salespeople.


Bill's professional background includes all responsibilities related to the positions of Executive Vice President and President of Central Broadcasting Corporation between 1962 and 1988 when Discovery Learning was founded. Under Bill's direction, Central Broadcasting grew to be one of the largest small market broadcast groups in the Midwest.


Bill also served as President of Leadership 2000 in Phoenix.


Being active on several boards adds to Bill's understanding of today's business challenges. These include the boards of Firstar Bank of Indiana, Richmond Baking Company and Chairman, Reid Hospital and Healthcare Services. He served as a consultant to the Indiana Hospital Association conducting hospital board retreats on the subjects of effective trusteeship, strategic planning, board evaluations, and effective CEO-Board relationships.


Former leadership positions include: Vice Chairman, Earlham College Board of Trustees, President, Indiana Broadcasters Association, and Wayne County Community Foundation Board. Bill has also served as President of two Chambers of Commerce, founding director of Leadership Wayne County, chairman Leadership Beaumont and president of several community organizations.


He previously served as an adjunct professor in the Purdue University Management Degree program.