It's more and more difficult to be a leader:  The world is becoming an increasingly complex place, with tremendous amounts of information available almost instantaneously.

How can a leader better understand and make sense of the world around him or her?  How can a leader better determine which information is correct and which is flawed or biased?  How can a leader mitigate the errors that are caused by human cognition?  How can a leader do all of this and more, to be more adept and successful in his or her job, to provide stewardship, and effective leadership? The leader must employ critical thinking.

We work at the forefront of leadership theory and practice, and have close ties to the University of Colorado’s (CU) Presidents Leadership Class, and the Leeds Scholars Program at CU Leeds School of Business, among others. We develop new ideas and methodologies to instill leadership values in all individuals, and to help them be better, more effective leaders.

It’s All About the Positive

Individuals who are creative, innovative, and excellent critical thinkers & problem solvers also must be able to collaborate with and maintain positive, healthy relationships with others.

We advocate the use of positive reinforcement (or, more precisely, operant learning) for improving teamwork and interpersonal relationships.  This aspect of behavioral psychology has been studied in humans since the 1950s. Working with our partners at Precision Behavior, we provide a series of unique workshops, seminars, and retreats focused on helping individuals interact more positively and effectively with others.