Certifications & Untangling Tools

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We have been certified and/or trained in a range of coaching and consulting tools and methodologies:

Professional Certifications

  • Certified Management Consultant (CMC) is a designation awarded to those select consultants who have demonstrated a history of substantive results for clients, adherence to the canon of ethics of the Institute of Management Consultants USA, and professional practice management. CMC's are required to take and pass an ethics test every three years.

  • Professional Certified Coach (PCC) is a designation awarded by the International Coach Federation to professional coaches who have completed a certified coaching program and who have logged a minimum of 750 coaching hours.

Coaching Certifications and Training

  • Brain Based Coaching Skills
  • Team Advantage Coaching Certification

Consulting and Assessment Certifications


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Leadership and Organization Effectiveness

  • Lominger's
    • Career Architect
    • Choices
    • Cultributes
    • Organization Architect
    • Leadership Architect
    • Learning Architect
    • Recruiting Architect
    • Team Architect
    • Voices - a customized 360 degree feedback process
  • Community at Work's
    • Facilitation Skills
    • Organizational Diagnosis
    • Mechanics of Team Decision Making
  • Team Advantage--Team Transformation

Personality and Behavioral Assessments

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  • Conflict ResolutionMeyers' Briggs Type Indicator
  • DiSC
  • Wilson Learning's Managing Interpersonal Relationships
  • Hermann Brain Dominance Inventory
  • EQI
  • 5 Dynamics
  • 16PF
  • Community Boards Conflict Resolution Training
  • Wilson Learning's Negotiating to Yes (Based on the Harvard Negotiation Project)


  • Wilson Learning's Counselor Selling

Change Methodologies

  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Being First: Mastering Complex Change
  • Dannemiller Tyson Whole Scale Change Competencies
  • Bunker/Alban Large Group Interventions For Organizational Change