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With 70 years of combined experience, we have been advising executives, with our unique insights and expertise, to enable them to develop their leadership skills, design their organization’s culture, and lead their teams to competitive greatness.

Clients have been organizations from around the globe, across all industries, startups, nonprofits, and giants (220,000 employees), who generate between $5M-$200B in revenue.

With each of our clients, we begin by understanding their purpose, strategic priorities, values, current state, desired future state, and performance metrics. Armed with this information, we craft a blueprint that will outline the process that will be used to develop a Mindset For Success for every leader in the organization.

Success, as we define it, is not about winning and losing, it’s about having the “peace of mind, attained only through self-satisfaction, in knowing you made the effort to do the best of which you’re capable.”

When every employee in an organization lives into this definition of success, this describes a culture of accountability. This type of culture can only be achieved by design and has resulted in high levels of Innovation, Teamwork, Customer Loyalty, and is seen as a Great Place to Work.

Mindset For Success is based, in part, on the extraordinary work of legendary UCLA professor and basketball coach John R. Wooden. Coach Wooden was a teacher who used the game of basketball to enable his students to develop the character and life skills they would need to be thriving citizens of the world. Included among his non-basketball students were Bill Gates, John Maxwell, Nick Saban, and our newest leadership guru, Ted Lasso.

If your leaders, teams, and organization are doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results, you need to shift their mindset.

"The significant problems we face cannot be solved with the level of thinking that was used to create them."
Dr. Albert Einstein