Organizational Performance Improvement
Disrupting Professional Development For Organizations
We don't need to tell you about the endless challenges organizations face... you're living it. By now, you've figured out that the old way of handling things no longer works. Whether you're dealing with high turnover, inability to attract new talent, poor organizational culture, or a lack of inclusivity, your ability to be "good at people" will make or break you.
Our team consists of experts with business and clinical backgrounds... it's our secret sauce. We offer a variety of consultive solutions that support optimal organizational performance through leadership development, all of which leverage Emotional Intelligence and clinical expertise rarely found in the corporate world. As an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Therapist, our CEO, Dr. Elizabeth Joy, provides innovative direction to ensure our clients receive solutions that are human-centered.
We're honored to have served these & other organizations:
Why Emotional Intelligence?
The research on Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its impact on organizational and leadership performance isn't new, but Peter Salovey and John Mayer were ahead of their time when the term was first introduced in 1990. It was then popularized by Daniel Goleman in 1995 in the book, Emotional Intelligence. He has since written several more books including Working with Emotional Intelligence (2000) and Primal Leadership (2016), establishing Emotional Intelligence in the business lexicon. The Harvard Business Review has also published collections of research outlining key research on Emotional Intelligence and business performance.
Emotional Intelligence Works
Today's world of multifaceted business challenges combined with a multi-cultural, multigenerational workforce requires that every leader possess the emotional and social functioning skills to effectively manage and maneuver the impact of the intersection of these realities in work and life.