Who I Work With
Leaders in Transition or Crisis
The Work We Do Together
Our approach, called “Creative Partnering,” means meeting you where you are--no matter what professional opportunities or challenges you face. This also means we need to “go slow to go fast.” Our experience and successes have taught us that this, more often than not, opens the floodgates to the highest creativity, analysis, and results possible. As creative partners who have invested in defining the relationship upfront, ultimately we’re able to easily and quickly run with your vision--whether it’s clearly defined and you need to move things off your plate or you need an extra brain to refine your thinking. Learn more here.
You don’t have to have the biggest name or the biggest budget to receive this kind of attention. Our clients find themselves in a variety of situations--from idea drought to idea overwhelm. Feeling daunted by what lies ahead or exhilarated by it--or both at once (which we call “scarecitment”). From enterprise-level corporations to microbusinesses, from the C-suite to the individual contributor level, the clients we work with are united by one thing: they are poised for transformation, ready to tap into or reignite their passion for their work, and motivated to step up their productivity, profitability, or both. Learn more here.
Empowered with a non-judgment perspective, we’re able to be prolific--which means ideas come easily to us. With ideation as a core strength, we are brave enough to generate a high volume of “almost-right” ideas to get to the just-right, or even groundbreaking ideas--together. We say brave because it’s easy to get attached to one idea or solution and find yourself spinning your wheels as you work, trying to force something to happen--either at all or a certain way. But we’re guided by being prolific--having ideas on top of ideas--because the most original solutions are likely to come about when you’re generating a high level of output.
Do you want to create a thriving business, an enjoyable career, a like-minded community, or a shift in your current organization?