Services We Offer
Maximizing effectiveness and results when committees, task-forces or teams come together is part science and part art. With more than 30 years of experience, Drew brings together his understanding of adult learning, group dynamics and change management to a wide range of organizational problems and objectives.
One barrier to successful outcomes for many groups is that they don’t spend enough time in the planning process and answering key questions such as:
- What is the objective for this group?
- Who are the right people to involve in addressing this issue?
- What are the best questions for this group to address?
- What processes or tools can help this group have a robust conversation that gets better results?
High functioning boards are made, not born. This requires a conscious effort and the CEO or superintendent is in a great position to lead them in their development.Read more
Community Engagement: Creating a Shared Vision
The importance of a strong relationship between a public school district and the community to which it belongs cannot be overstated. The vision and values of how students are educated need to be clear and aligned.Read more
Community Engagement: Consensus Building for Sustainable Change
Organizations today are constantly changing–constantly. This is true of school districts as well, whether their enrollment is expanding or decreasing, new facilities are being added or older ones being closed, grade configurations are being tweaked or totally realigned.Read more
We believe that the value of coaching is improved organizational results. Studies show an overwhelmingly positive correlation between support for leaders through solid coaching and increased employee engagement and organizational results.Read more
When we talk about staff engagement, we are focusing on how much an individual is mentally, emotionally and behaviorally connected to their work and the organization they work for.Read more
We bring a strong bias to engaging key stakeholders at critical points in the planning process, ranging from staff, community partners, vendors, and the variety of “customers” that your organization serves.Read more