Organizations often know they need to make changes but at times aren’t sure exactly what the change needs to be. It can be challenging to make time to step away from day-to-day operations and approach self-assessment with clarity when leadership has been so close to the operation for so long that vision has become blurred.
Bring fresh eyes and a fresh perspective to the table to help sort through your priorities and get support in putting together a strategy that will get you to the finish line with optimal results and employees that are proud to work with and for you.
I have experience working with corporations, non-profits, and small businesses.
Emotional Intelligence in Practice
Strategic Planning/Business Development
Effective Staff Management
Trauma-Informed Organizations/Policy, Practice
Regardless of the industry you work in or position you hold, all of your efforts should be trauma-informed and geared toward increasing emotional intelligence. Unfortunately, these concepts rarely show up in practice and often fall to a level of rhetoric.
Good training combined with a strong strategy for implementation and sustainable change are key to operating your business, organization, and leadership efforts in a manner that acknowledges and accounts for impacts of trauma on employee's emotional intelligence. Including a trauma-informed approach is a prerequisite to TRUE emotional intelligence and the studies clearly show the impact of emotional intelligence on employee performance.
Emotions drive people and people drive performance. Make sure your leaders and employees have the training they need to maximize your outcomes.