Leadership

Training & Development

Developing your people to work effectively is an investment in your company as a whole. It is also a key to driving your desired culture and improving performance.  Our training solutions include tracks for all levels including executive leadership, supervisory and management, and all staff. We provide effective programs on a variety of topics designed to develop knowledge, skills and confidence to be successful.

  • Leadership in 2017: HR for Non-HR Managers
  • True Colors of Communication
  • Managing Performance
  • Delegating—Improving Your Teams Productivity
  • True Colors of Conflict: Harness the Energy
  • The Inclusive Leader
  • Business Ethics
  • The Customer Experience
  • Self-Leadership – Stress Management, Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Holistic Nutrition

 

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Did you know training & development impacts these other areas?

Strategy & Culture Alignment

Designing a purposefully driven culture that aligns with your strategy creates an environment of high trust, resulting in better performance and business outcomes.
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Diversity & Inclusion

Creating a culture of inclusion goes beyond training programs. A comprehensive D&I strategy helps employees thrive and show up authentically.
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Coaching

Coaching compliments your training & development strategy. One on one sessions help employees become more effective at leadership and managing performance.
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Employee Engagement

The majority of employees are not engaged. By identifying this problem, your organization can improve productivity and performance.
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Marcos Lopez
Marcos Lopez, Founder & CEO

Working Together For You

We work with our clients in achieving their optimal organizational health by ensuring their strategy, culture, and employee experience are aligned. Our team includes individuals in their respective fields – however, the power of our deliverable is not in our great individual expertise, but rather when we work together as one.

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