We Partner with Our Clients
Transforming culture takes work. We partner with our clients to help them achieve their desired Key Results (R2) and organizational mission. Rare for any outside partner, our clients often credit us with their accelerated growth, rapid change and realignment, successful expansion or merger, and artful reinvention to embrace opportunity and produce breakthrough results—and reward us with relationships that often span many years.
Richland Community College was heading into low student retention rates and obscurity until it implemented the most robust Accountability Training available.
In 2015, Dr. Steve Head assumed the role of university chancellor. High on his list of goals was to create a culture that prioritized student success.
After 39 years, Magleby Construction changed management. With new leadership came a new approach to merging two company cultures to grow and stay competitive. With the help of Partners In Leadership, Magleby successfully grew its revenue nearly 100%.
Marco’s Pizza CEO has the goal of turning the Ohio operator into one of the country’s biggest pizza chains. Today Marco’s is on its way toward that goal.
When Bristol Farms underwent a series of buyouts, its company culture suffered. Learn how they turned their culture around and achieved results.
El Rio, with their commitment to the people they serve, has found a solution that can truly help them continue their quest for being the world-class, preferred primary care provider in their region.
UCB’s implementation of a C2 culture achieves impressive results, both long-term and immediate.
RFCU is the largest credit union in Alabama with over 380,000 members and among the 25 largest credit unions in the nation. To better serve their members, they took their culture to a new level.
Through the use of Key Results, this Oklahoma utility made safety and accountability top priorities, changing their culture for the better.
Leveraging powerful social learning tools helped transform this company’s culture from the C-suite to its 5,000 full-time employees.