Advancing organizational culture
We are skilled in the administration of the OCAI (Online Culture Assessment Instrument) as a means of building a healthy and effective organizational culture. Our experience includes onsite introduction and explanation of the instrument; tailoring the instrument to ask questions unique for each organization; administration; report development; and onsite consultation around the results to support the efforts to advance from the current culture to the preferred culture.
360-degree feedback process design and administration
Partners in Performance has over 10 years of experience in crafting the correct set of indicators for specific positions within specific organizations; developing highly user-friendly reports; and debriefing and coaching around results from feedback that leads to improved performance.
Retreat planning and facilitation
Our staff has over 25 year of experience in developing retreat objectives and agendas; onsite facilitation; summarizing the retreat output; and developing action steps for moving forward based on the outputs of each retreat.
Partners in Performance is accomplished at assisting organizations in articulating their vision; helping to establish milestones; and identifying improved ways of working to advance the strategy through an action-learning-model.
Conflict management/conflict resolution
We provide assistance in establishing a safe space and a useful framework for identifying and addressing key areas of conflict within the organization, which can often be interpersonal, sometimes interdepartmental, and often misunderstandings about direction and priorities.
Join us for a conversation about scenario building, a timely, informed and efficient way to craft bold visions and useful strategies for moving forward in uncertain times. Times of disruption are also times of significant innovation. John will lead a 90-minute engagement around the four step scenario building process. Click here for more information and to register!
Rachel Lappen (Emerging Leaders
Program 2020) heads to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland as their Chief Development Officer. Learn more about ELP!
Noah Bloom (CAELI 2013), named as the Executive Director of the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT. Congratulations Noah!