Overview
             The services we provide during a consulting engagement depend entirely on our assessment of the organization and a            dialog with the client about outcomes and available resources. One client, for example, may have a clearly articulated         statement of purpose but no agreement on an organizational strategy for reaching corporate objectives. Another may have a structurally sound organization that is well–aligned with its strategy but continue to struggle with difficulties in one or more areas of operation. In either case, as with all client engagements, we select specific initiatives from the broad service categories described in the following pages.

Strategy Formation
An ongoing process of evaluation and controls the business and the industries in which the company is involved; assesses the competition and sets goals and strategies to meet all existing and potential competitors; and then reevaluates each strategy regularly to determine how it has been implemented and whether it has succeeded or needs replacement by a new strategy to meet changed circumstances.

Organization Design
A process for reshaping structure and roles, as well as the alignment of structure, process, rewards, metrics and talent with the strategy of the business toward the successful achievement of organizational outcomes.

Compensation Design
A process for establishing equity between what members contribute to an organization and what they receive for their efforts, in addition to competitive salary and benefit analysis, guides to the ensuring of employee retention.


Talent Placement and Management
A process for providing a service to clients or employers by giving them qualified workers for contract jobs or direct hire available positions according to their guidelines and preferred qualifications. Matching directly to skill sets which clients request to make their businesses profitable and efficient. This also includes recruitment/sourcing strategy development.

Career Coaching and Development
 
 
 
A personal or group development opportunity for becoming gainfully employed, advance in their present jobs, find a career after college graduation, transition to a new field or start a business. Due to high demand, for high school students there is a process for determining the best plan of action once graduating, whether going directly into the job market to learn what interest one may want to eventually go for a degree in, or even truly evaluating which college is best for them.
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