A leader's greatest challenge is to develop the ability to evaluate and adapt one's own attitudes and frame of mind in order to achieve and sustain high performance in an organization.


Executive Coaching

Adaptive Leadership for Sustainable Effectiveness

Leadership Development & Team Alignment

Understanding Leadership Power within Organizational Dynamics

Time, Conflict & Performance Management

Capacity Building & Employee Engagement

Skills Assessments

Facilitated Discussions

Group & Team Coaching

Stakeholder Engagement

Enterprise Leadership Development Programs & Training

Role Based Development (Specialty Groups, New Hires)

Data-Driven Decision Support

Data Collection, Validation, Organization, and Analysis (Customer Service, Performance Management)

Stakeholder Engagement Metrics, Measures, and Data Informed Scenarios

Presentations in Support of Stakeholder Engagement and Resource Allocation Decision-making


Mastery of the unique art of being a successful Leader and the techniques to maximize the tools, time, and the power of the position to continually exceed expectations.


  1. Hone existing skills or obtain new skills required to develop and lead an effective organization, department, agency or program

  2. Become self-aware of your beliefs and how they influence your problem solving, decision-making, and Leadership capacities

  3. Use data to lead and support programmatic and/or operational strategies, operations management, and policy resource decision-making.

  4. Prioritize resources among new initiatives, the daily bread-and-butter issues, and the unplanned "crises" of the organization

  5. Create an environment focused on results, alignment, accountability and open and honest communication

  6. Build the thinking and behaviors that contribute to sustainable success

  7. Demonstrate practices that help to stay out in front in thinking, performance, and leadership

  8. Develop strong partnerships with teams where support and challenge are mutual, strong, and balanced

  9. Identify and overcome self-limiting and counter-productive behaviors that erode trust, respect, and loyalty and undermine productivity and performance

  10. Reduce behaviors and practices that, while helpful once, are no longer productive

  11. Possess more time for thinking and focusing on strategic issues and the ability to better see the "whole playing field"

  12. Experience more balance and satisfaction from a normally intense work week without loss of productivity

  13. Effectively move the organization from its current state to a future desired state at minimal cost to the organization

  14. Manage data and databases to ensure information repeatability and consistency