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Warren Bennis once said that "the basis of leadership is the capacity of the leader to change the mindset, the framework of another person." However, in organizations, the secret to having this happen can only come when the four basic needs of life [to live, to love, to learn, and to leave a legacy] are balanced and integrated.  Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business Administration, University of Southern California

For more than 23 years, the Institute has provided our clients with customized approaches to meet their training development and consultation needs. We have created models to guide training, change management and organizational development interventions and developed a style of working with our client that is friendly, genuine, and committed. Our reputation has afforded us the opportunity to partner with companies and industries, both large and small, such as:

  • Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Office of Human Resources
  • Renaissance Gardens Nursing Home (Member of the Erickson Retirement Communities)
  • The Washington Home & Community Hospices
  • Foundation Coal Holding Corporation
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Graduate School
    • Operations Leaders in Action Program
    • Center for Leadership and Management
    • SES Executive Survival Skills Program
    • New Leaders Program
    • Leaders in Action Program (Leadership Coaching)
  • Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission

We have provided business-to-business consulting with over 85 different companies and organizations..

You'll find that our working style creates trust. We strive to be creative and professional in applying organizational development, training and human systems development solutions that fit our client's organizational context and their operational needs.

The privilege that our client assignments have allowed us to use our expertise and set ourselves apart from our consultant competitors because we understand:

  • The operational needs and challenges that businesses face
  • How performance improvement strategies can be used to foster business efficiency and productivity
  • Organizational structures and operational practices
  • The steps and processes needed to effectively plan and implement strategies and programs to achieve results

Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you; you must acquire it.

Sadie Back