Organizational Workshops


Workshops are interactive gatherings, conducted in-person or virtually, that bring together organizational leaders, staff or board members to cultivate mutual learning, encouragement and impact.

Organizational Culture Review

Understanding organizational culture is a key component of leadership, determining organizational effectiveness and employee satisfaction. Every organizational culture is uniquely formed by the motivations, behaviors, and communication styles of its members. We offer a summary of your culture suggesting how to understand, enhance, and integrate key cultural components in your organizational context.

C3 – Communication, Connection, Culture

Enhancing organizational effectiveness through communication and connection will deepen the culture of an organization and mission alignment. “They Don’t Hear Me”

An environment that develops a common language to address the differences of co-workers is foundational in finding success in today’s work culture. The development of a safe space of empathy and dignity for coworkers within an organization will emerge as the diverse histories, strengths, motivations, and behavioral styles of a team member are understood. This hospitable space will offer a more rewarding vocational experience that celebrates diversity as a strength, communicates with more clarity and shapes a culture better aligned for the organizational mission.

“Kevin recently led a team-building session with our staff. He did an amazing job…. to get us all to think about how we interact with others on our team. He captivated all of us. His explanations were clear, interesting and often personal. He put all of us at ease quickly… In just two hours he did more to build a culture of acceptance, empathy, and curiosity in our organization than others had managed to do over weeks.”

— Jill Stoltzfus, Executive Director, ASJ