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Our work strengthens communities and organizations by building strong, visionary leaders and teams. We help municipal governments, businesses and individuals work more productively, with less friction, through strategic planning, leadership development programs, and personal and team coaching.

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STRATEGIC PLANNING

Establish a plan for success to help your organization develop and grow.

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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Maximize individual and team talents to create a more effective leadership.

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COACHING

Enhance your leadership, achieve your vision and anticipate your challenges.

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GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

Develop positive relationships with municipal government to further your objectives.

Latest Blog Posts

Redefine BHAG to Achieve Big Goals

I once knew a CEO who was fond of BHAGs — big, hairy, audacious goals. He encouraged his employees to think bigger. He prodded them to fill strategic plans with one BHAG after another. Then, he asked me why those plans collected dust. Because, I told him, there’s a difference between “audacious” and “achievable.” Those…

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How to Keep Your Team Focused and Productive in Challenging Times

With the possibility of a recession looming over us, global warming threatening the future of our planet, and mass shootings horrifying us way too often, who isn’t more than just a little distracted these days? Leaders have always had to lead amid some level of uncertainty, but the stakes for today’s issues are higher and…

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Encourage Your Team to Have a “Good Fight”

In a 1995 interview, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was discussing the importance of teamwork and shared the following anecdote to make his point: “When I was a young kid there was a widowed man that lived up the street. He was in his eighties. He was a little scary looking. And I got to know…

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