Leadership Development

The leaders and management in your company are responsible for executing corporate strategy, as well as any strategic changes to your short and long-term business plans. To support this, we provide a range of specialized leadership training services to guide your company leaders in the right direction.

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As organizations grow and evolve, leadership must keep up with the changing organization.  Thinc Strategy will customize a leadership development or transition plan specific to your organizational needs. Thinc utilizes DiSC, FIRO B, Myers Briggs, and other personality assessment tools as requested.

Project Management

Initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and finalizing the work of your team requires a specific skill set. We work with your company management to ensure your new corporate messaging, culture, and goals are achieved with ease.

Advocacy

To further promote and support your new company framework, direction, and leadership, we offer business advocacy services designed to help make your corporate strides and our recommendations more effective and efficient.

Mentoring

Improving business leadership and performance often requires some guidance and mentoring along the way. Our team possesses the insight, experience, and skills needed to kick start your new business plan and corporate direction.

Master’s Class: Leadership Essentials

Whether you are standing in the infancy stages of business, or sustaining a well-established brand, your leadership style will leave a lasting impact on the success of your business and your employees. Take some time to watch the video below from our very own, Cindy Anderson, as she discusses the essential leadership traits required for long-term success. You will gain insight on how to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset, demonstrate authority without being authoritative, and how to connect with employees beyond just the work.

Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex. It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage – to move in the opposite direction. —Albert Einstein