Barbara McMahon



Employee Engagement

"Put simply, the way people feel at work profoundly influences how they perform."

In a recent Gallup poll, 70 percent of American workers said they were not engaged with their jobs or were actively disengaged. Further research from the Hay Group found that highly engaged employees are, on average, 50% more likely to exceed expectations than the least engaged workers, and companies with highly engaged people outperform firms with the most disengaged folks by 54% in employee retention, by 89% in customer satisfaction, and by fourfold in revenue growth.

We focus on creating high engagement environments where employees feel they can bring their best.

Engagement/Culture Assessment

Engagement/Culture Assessment.  Do you know what attracts and keeps your employees working for you?  Do you know what might lure them away?   Why do we ask great questions in exit interviews, but neglect to inquire early enough to make a difference?   We can help you stop guessing and provide you with concrete data and strategies that create an organization that attracts and retains talent and builds a high engagement culture.

Building a High Engagement Learning Culture

Building a High Engagement Learning Culture. At the heart of a high engagement culture are healthy communication patterns.   We build skills that increase employees’ ability to communicate effectively, learn from each other, build trust, and create and sustain strong working relationships.

Motivated Strengths Assessment and Alignment

Motivated Strengths Assessment and Alignment. We help individuals identify and align their natural motivations to their team’s goals and their organization’s purpose.  We enhance personal effectiveness by guiding people through a systematic process that uncovers their natural pattern of motivated strengths and develops “best job fit” options and strategies.  This process benefits not only the employee by increasing their productivity and personal satisfaction but also increases a manager’s ability to be an effective coach.

Aligning Top Line and Bottom Line

Aligning Top Line and Bottom Line. Great organizations stand for more than shareholder value. People want to be a part of something bigger than themselves, something they can believe in.  We help leaders forge and maintain the powerful connections between individual purpose and organizational purpose, personal values and organizational values.