We partner with you to develop a culture of aligned engagement, in which people develop their unique strengths to fulfill the potential of your organization.
Analysis & Insights
Cultural Design Analysis identifies the fundamental issue to address and a road map for resolving it.
Executive Development Analysis provides deep insight, plus a discipline and structure for developing your unique strengths.
Transition Consulting identifies old operating habits embedded in your organizational culture and identifies new, more powerful ways to develop.
Development Design creates a road map for leveraging strengths and integrating development with operational accomplishment.
Leadership Development & Orchestration of Strengths
Leadership Development: Discover your unique style, fundamental gifts, and developmental discipline.
Accomplishment: Build trust, and by tapping into the power of inspiration and appreciation, fulfill powerful accomplishment that builds over time — and lasts.
Communication: Nurture the freedom to build collaboration around you, to engage with others beyond your view, and theirs, to create something unexpectedly powerful.
Development of Others: Develop others around you to shift their orientation and unleash a new level of engagement when new information and skills alone aren’t enough to motivate change.
Creation of A Fulfillment Culture
Lead a Culture: Why fill your shelf with endless books that give a one-size-fits-all solution? We will develop you to lead a transformation of your culture to produce more fulfilling accomplishment.
Break the Cultural Hypnosis: An organization’s culture is almost impossible to see when you’re immersed in it every day. Employee surveys won’t show you a workplace’s unwritten rules, which although invisible, carry tremendous weight. We not only will help you reveal your culture, we’ll help you design your path to a more powerful one.
When you’re ready for something completely different, we’ll help you to develop a culture that consistently resolves the fundamental issues of your organization and develops greater levels of accomplishment. Give us a call and measure your results.
Apr 30 2012 | Lorne Problem solving is highly overrated
Jan 23 2012 | Lorne What does engagement really take?
Dec 21 2011 | Lorne Best Practices – like fingernails on a blackboard