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Who We AreResources

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

How to avoid being a bad role model

How to avoid being a bad role model

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How to be compassionate to team members’ brains

How to be compassionate to team members’ brains

Hyper-charged workplaces are the antithesis of a brain-friendly environment for introverts and, frankly, any humans. Rather than try to cope, which sub-optimizes your performance, be compassionate to everyone's brain and make changes. My Forbes article, How to be...

How to help #OKBoomers be empathetic and show respect

How to help #OKBoomers be empathetic and show respect

#OKBoomer as a recent trending topic grabbed my attention on two levels. If you’re not paying attention to this burn, you should. It’s relevant to society today, including the workplace. From my perspective, the phrase “OK Boomer” made me, a native Oklahoman, first...