Types of Services

  • Executive Search Services – support organizations seeking to fill critical leadership roles. Each engagement will be tailored to include those search services which are needed, including all or some of the following: role definition and drafting the position profile, networking and advertising, candidate assessment, selection and on-boarding, and addressing related organizational and strategic issues.
  • Leadership Development Programs – design and delivery of broad-based educational and development programs designed to enhance the skills and abilities of current and future leaders
  • Executive Education Programs – design and delivery of focused educational programs designed to expand leaders abilities and perspectives
  • Educational Needs Assessments – in-depth examinations of an organizationís climate and existing programs to support leadership development and recommendations for improvement
  • Environmental Scans – intensive analyses of the public policy landscape as it relates to a particular organization, sector, or region including emerging legislative and regulatory issues, information about the key institutions and individuals involved, and recommendations for effective advocacy
  • Presentations – keynote speeches or intensive workshops on public policy, advocacy and leadership

Fee Structure

Fees are based upon a comprehensive understanding of the needs and constraints of the client and the unique circumstances relating to the initiative.

Engaging the Institute

The first step in the process is to contact us so that we can begin a dialogue to see how the Instituteís can meet the organizationís specific learning and developmental needs.

The second step is to have more in-depth conversations about the nature of the learning needs. This can involve extensive telephone discussions, but ideally involves face-to-face meetings and the opportunity for us to meet with a variety of key individuals in the organization so that we fully understand the context within which the learning initiative will occur.

Generally, the third step in the process is for the Institute to develop and present a formal proposal to the organization for the engagement which will include a discussion of our understanding of the needs, our proposed plan of action, a timeline and a budget.

Once an agreement has been reached, the work can begin. Frequent interaction is desirable throughout the project. Once the project has been completed, an evaluation will be completed and any follow up activities identified.

These steps are meant to be illustrative of a typical Institute project. We stand ready to be flexible to meet an organizationís unique needs and to alter this model to respond to the specific circumstances involved.


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