Organizational Development Training and Coaching


Organizational Development Training and Coaching is based in brain science, language and communication, perception, paradigms, and ultimately the commitment to easily, effectively and enthusiastically bring forth the power of individuals in service of a higher purpose for the greatest good. Understanding gender differences as “competencies” adds a powerful dimension to coaching men and women, creating new behaviors for a synergy that produces innovation, creative problem-solving, team-building, and transformative growth-in-connection. Teaching men and women to see gender differences as “competencies” that can be cultivated in such a way to elevate the entire organizational structure as well as its members, they are better able to reach new heights of achievement, empowerment, collaboration, and success. Learning is fun and engaging, producing immediate results.


The Power of Love in Leadership is a 60 minute presentation to introduce the concepts of “emergent leadership,” “gender culture,” and “gender competencies” for intelligent and inspired leadership. Understanding gender culture differences in order to maximize the brilliance of the organization’s members while reducing communication misfires that result in diminished effectiveness are explored in two exercises. The first poignantly illustrates how quickly communication problems and misconceptions occur as a result of gender. The second immediately empowers participants by applying relational and individualistic competencies in tandem, participants experience, first-hand, how important the understanding, and application, of gender competency is when it comes to improving communication as well as igniting innovation and developing organizational leaders.


Beyond the Gender Effect: Men and Women Building Effective Partnerships at Work is a two to four hour workshop that builds on the concept of emergent leadership and further develops understanding as well as incorporation of gender competencies for the organization, its members and the populations it serves. Members have a chance to identify their dominant style–relational, individualistic or “bridge-brain”–and learn ways to identify others’ styles in order to adapt and adopt for team-building, mutual empowerment and effectiveness. Cross cultural and gender issues are explored; communication and competency differences between men and women, including recent findings from brain science, and the impact of diminishing returns when one style is used without incorporating the other. The result? More effective partnerships between men and women at work for the benefit of all.