What We Do
Our mission is to help you create a culture where people thrive and where the organization can grow and prosper.
We believe that a workplace should be a stimulating environment where people can enthusiastically contribute their talents; a place where good work is recognized; a place where people want to be.
We provide companies with strategies to create better, more profitable workplaces. We partner with companies and work groups to improve their bottom-line results by focusing on the people side of the enterprise. It’s not just a quaint notion; people are your greatest asset. By helping that asset grow and prosper, you will increase your ROI by increasing your ROP—Return On People.
How We Do ItWith certifications in numerous people-based technologies, we offer an array of business solutions.
- High-performance teams
- Professional development seminars
- Individual coaching
- Conflict resolution and mediation
- Workplace culture improvement
- Personal growth workshops
- Organization development
- Organization assessments
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Why We Do It
The goal of any enterprise is to remain solvent and increase margins. We believe people are the key to achieving this objective. Recent research indicates that many Americans feel underchallenged and underutilized in their jobs. The difference between the amount of productivity people are capable of and the actual effort expended is called discretionary effort, that increment of human effort that is at the discretion of the individual who owns it.
The good part of this is that you don’t have to hire new people or get a budget increase to improve performance. Discretionary effort is like a hidden storehouse of resources. We’ll show you how to find it and tap into it.
Did you know that when one person quits a company, it costs the organization about 1.5 times their annual salary? That means someone earning $50,000 per year will cost the company $75,000 when he or she leaves. Imagine what dissatisfied people cost the company when they don’t leave! The bottom line is that it’s expensive to ignore that discretionary effort and the people side of the business.