From executive to hourly, we are business specialists that drive change.
Our approach is simple, practical, and applicable to everyone in the organization, from the front line to the front office. We focus on the core skills for leading, and on integration across all positions, ensuring leadership is practiced comprehensively throughout the organization.
What we are going to do and how we are going to get it done. Each of these elements is essential to the accomplishment of both individual leadership and company goals.
Our leadership model provides a road map of our leadership process.
At the core of the process are the business objectives. This is to emphasize that everything you do as a company should contribute to the accomplishments of your business objectives. Business objectives need to be identified at each level and within each unit of the company. This includes, maintenance, operations, safety, environmental, human relations, reliability, and every other department or entity within the company. This model can be used and analyzed whenever you are making decisions and directing activities that lead to the accomplishment of the business objectives.
Through partnerships we create world-class innovative solutions that will improve performance & positively impact your business.
OUR LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY
DIRECTION, ALIGNMENT, ENABALING & EXECUTION
PERSONAL, INTERPERSONAL & ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
PERSONAL LEADERSHIP (LEADING ONESELF)
Personal leadership is the ability to develop and utilize positive leadership traits to guide your direction instead of letting chance determine your course. Personal leadership skills are the strengths and abilities you possess that help you oversee processes, determine and provide direction, and guide employees to the achievement of your unit objectives. It begins with understanding who you are, your talents, your challenges, and what you stand for.
INTERPERSONAL LEADERSHIP (1 TO 1)
Interpersonal leadership skills are the skills leaders use to influence, interact and communicate with other people, both individually and in groups. They include a wide range of skills, but at the core of interpersonal leadership is the ability to discern and respond appropriately to the behaviors, temperaments, motivations, and desires of other people.
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP (1 TO MANY)
Organizational leadership requires a kind of peripheral vision. They must have the ability to understand the present reality, in addition to having foresight into future challenges and opportunities. They must work simultaneously towards what is best for individuals, as well as the group as a whole. In addition, successful organizational leaders are required to direct and unify many diverse and often conflicting viewpoints within an organization, towards a singular goal.