Please examine the following examples of areas where we provide both consultative and facilitative services and contact us for more information on ways we can partner with you to meet your needs.
Strategic Planning – A dynamic process which defines the mission and vision, sets goals and develops action steps to help a department focus its present and future resources toward fulfilling its vision.
Organizational Restructuring – Changing departmental and/or individual reporting structures, identifying roles and responsibilities, redesigning job functions to assure that the way work gets done in the organization produces excellence in production and service.
Project Management – The general management of specific work, blending diverse functions and skills, usually for a fixed time and aimed at reaching defined outcomes.
Goal Setting – Defining and applying concrete goals as a road map to help departments get where they want to go. (Can also be applied to employee development.)
Group Facilitation – Helping people learn to interact more effectively at meetings & retreats and to apply group guidelines that foster open communication, participation and accomplishment.
Leadership Development - Training in select areas which change managers to leaders. Includes visioning, change management and creative problem solving.
Management Development – Training in various management skill areas with particular focus on performance management, communications and problem solving.
Managing Resistance to Change – Helping identify,understand, and begin to manage resistance to planned organizational change.
Teambuilding – Improving how well group members help one another in activities where they must interact.
Operational Analysis – An assessment and problem solving process aimed at improved effectiveness for specific work units. We help identify the strengths and weaknesses of organization and management issues and work with in addressing problem opportunities.
Conflict Management/Mediation - Bringing conflicts to the surface to discover their roots, developing a common ground from which to resolve or better manage conflict. We serve as facilitator in a conflict situation or train employees to better understand and manage conflict.
Regulatory and Legal Compliance – Training focused on meeting regulatory and legal requirements under mandated programs such as ADA, FMLA, Title Seven of the Civil Rights Act, etc.
Sociotechnical Systems Design – Designing and managing work process that emphasizes the relationship between people’s performance, the workplace environment and the technology used to produce services in order to affect high level productivity.
Stress Management – An individual growth workshop designed to arm and activate healthy responses to stress. It enables participants to maximize positive stressors and minimize the negative, both for themselves and others.
Time Management – An opportunity for individuals and to effect higher levels of productivity with the time they are allotted.
Workforce Diversity – Facilitating understanding between groups toward the goal where differences among people in the organization become their strengths.
For additional information on any of these topics or to schedule a session please contact Bob Wright at extension 4075.