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We apply science so you can improve:

Clarity

We help you identify and knit your “golden threads” to clarify your vision, plans and goals so you can make a bigger impact faster.

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Engagement

We help you engage with employees and other stakeholders so you can successfully involve them in fulfilling your change mandate.

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Meetings

We help you run more effective and efficient meetings with our brain-friendly tools and techniques to advance your agenda.

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New stuff

Focused on being more collaborative and inclusive in your organization?

Make sure leaders use inclusive words and phrases, rather than typical engrained exclusionary language.

Read this
Quantifed Communications
white paper…

Inclusion: The New Leadership Imperative

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When Less Is More...

Read this trainingindustry.com article.

Less is More:  Increasing Recall by Reducing Content.

 

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From the blog

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13 clever ‘hacks’ to adopt a more optimistic mindset

In this expert panel from the Forbes Coaches Council, 13 Forbes Coaches Council members, including me, shared clever “hacks” that you can use to increase your optimism, or at least turn your pessimistic outlook into a more optimistic mindset. Being more optimistic...

Want to be a better leader? Try growing up, not out!

Want to be a better leader? Try growing up, not out!

“Grow up!” This phrase has new meaning to me this year now that I’ve started to study vertical stage development to grow leaders. Vertical stage development is more about an individual’s personal growth and less about the skills an individual acquires and polishes. To...

How to be credible and confident with your choice of words

How to be credible and confident with your choice of words

How carefully do you choose your words -- especially PUNG words (probably, normally, usually, and generally)? The latter have a reputation for being tentative words that can diminish the power of your message. However, those who communicate clearly and credibly adjust...