Go Beyond the Traditional Workforce & Still Get Stuff Done

Traditional employment models are collapsing as the workforce evolves, accelerated by new generations of digital-native employees, a growing shift toward flexible hours and remote work, and increased competition for talent. The workplace is also changing as employers strive to create efficiencies through AI and machine learning and drive digital transformation.

Yet, the work still needs to get done, and people continue to be at the center of that work. Our human capital and organizational expertise helps government and commercial organizations solve fiercely human challenges to build teams that meet the demands of today’s workplace. Our human-centric organizational designs enable these resilient, agile, high-performing teams to align on mission and drive the strategic priorities that create the organizations of tomorrow.

Key Benefits

Alignment and Action on a Shared Vision & Culture

Identification, Recruitment, & Retention for In-Demand Skills

Organizational Flexibility Built on New Ways of Working

Our Expertise

  • Human-Centric Digital Transformation
  • Workforce of the Future
  • Federal Workforce Governance
  • Organizational Change Management
  • Human-Machine/System Integration
  • Executive Coaching (Propel®)

Critical Leadership Questions

  • How do we differentiate in an increasingly competitive talent environment?
  • How can I be an adaptive strategic leader for my organization?
  • How should we recruit, train, retain, and empower our workforce?
  • What disruptive shifts in employment models should we plan for?

Enterprise Examples

Implementing the Human Capital Strategy for the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to maintain their status as a workplace of choice for STEM talent
Provided executive coaching (our PROPEL®) to senior leadership at a global Fortune 500 hospitality company to help them identify talent and lead through transformation
For the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), designed and developed workshops and training for supervisors and employees to improve leadership and communication skills
For a global aerospace and defense company, developed a repeatable framework to aid business development and capture teams more thoroughly connect with and understand their customers and focusing on human centered design.

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