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We help organizations, teams and leaders improve their agility and resilience.
When staff are resilient they are more agile, able to manage effectively through stressful times, supporting business outcomes that soar.
Research has shown that staff who practice resiliency provide 14% better customer service, demonstrated 79% lower burnout, and felt 61% lower likelihood of leaving the organization than staff in more high stress and toxic environment.
Angermeier, Dunford, Boss & Boss; Journal of Healthcare Management
Our multi-disciplinary team of seasoned professionals and researchers brings robust solutions through diverse perspectives.
We offer expertise in the following areas:
Areas of Experience
We have worked with diverse companies from small to large, including:
- Medical devices
- Contract research
- State and City
- Entrepreneurial ventures
Join us for The 2018 IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference (WIE ILC) on 21-22 May 2018 in San Jose, CA at the San Jose Convention Center.
Janel Joseph and I are presenting on the morning of May 22 on "C-Suite Agility - A Roadmap for Executives to Build & Sustain High Organizational Performance & Talent"
What Happened at South By Southwest 2017?
We spoke to an engaged, global audience, with a lot of men interested in resilience. Several IT managers were present. Dr. Hans Rudiger summed it up, "It is about learning how to radiate resilience."
What happened at Healthy Texas Summit? Closing the Gap Between What We Know and What We Do
At The Hilton, Austin, TX
Nov 6 and 7, 2017
We had an interactive session with leaders in all facets of community health. Educators, physicians, healthcare professionals, business leaders, researchers came together to solve problems.
Our evaluation score was 4.6/5
Click here for the college survival skills resilience deck
Texas CEO Magazine, 2017
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