Listen • Inform • Innovate
Partners In Business
Great strategies that enhance success for non-profits and for-profit business.
Allowing People's Work Lives to Feel More Valuable
I believe in building healthy communities through blending principles and profit and most importantly, listening.
I am a trailblazer with a positive approach that can help you and your team, create original methods of examining the status quo and come up with rewarding answers. It is the synergy of us working together that makes this experience dynamic and optimistic.
I can aid you and your team, in augmenting healthy practices/systems and how they interrelate; increase job satisfaction, meet your outcomes and truly clarify your nonprofit mission in the process.
I excel at visioning, team building, diagnosing and problem solving issues of concerns and ways that are holding you and your team back from reaching your full potential. As a facilitator, and diagnostician, I will help you collectively come up with appropriate, custom solutions for positive growth and results.
I recognize from the ground up what it is like to create and support every aspect of running an efficient and effective non-profit or business. I have experience creating and supporting every aspect of a nonprofit or business enterprise.
Let’s make the world a better place to live.
I hold the following core values in the highest esteem and integrate these into my consulting practice:
Guided by the Following Core Values:
Emphasis on Social Justice/Shared Power
Developing Positive Teamwork
Using Your Intuition, Trust & Compassion
To summarize my observations: living and breathing business for 35 years, its success has everything to do with it being run like a very effective/successful business, with a strong purpose and an incredible intentionality. The broad brush strokes of efficacy include, sound leadership at the helm and board level and great collaboration between the two, effective and dedicated staffing, strategic thinking/ planning, great fundraising, and expert money management.
"A Ship in the Harbor is Safe.
But that is Not What Ships are Built for.”