Crossing Bridges

It is inevitable that life changes happen. In the professional world, these are opportunities to test one’s self at the next level of leadership. Intellectually we appreciate the opportunities that lie ahead… emotionally it is reasonable to experience anticipation, stress, optimism, and self-doubt. Fun, safety, and prosperity are often found at the other side of many of life’s uncertain spans. Finding the perspective and mental skills to move one foot after another across the bridge of change can be a relief to family, friends, and self.

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2G Mentoring

You have likely heard the term "mentoring" before. Whether it be in the boardroom, on the playing field, or in the classroom - at some point in your life you have probably been a mentor or mentee. The concept of asking (gathering) before telling (giving) has the ability to build trust, mutual support, and lasting avenues for communication...

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Triple Threat

Communities that talk, feel, and share well tend to thrive. This can be considered mastering the high performance “triple threat.” It is often too easy to neglect one of these foundations . Whether it be due to time constraints, discomfort, or ego, entities are too often reduced to sharing soundbites about corporate values and staring at the bottom-line (ironically, two things that erode both culture and revenue…).

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Primary Duty

Much like the primary hues of red, yellow, and blue can be combined to make a spectrum of colors, our commodities can be mixed and matched to paint infinite organizational outcomes for leaders and followers. Our primary hues scaffold the organization that seeks a deeper level of connection and growth for its human capital.

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