Services

PHILOSOPHY

Community Connection Consulting provides professional development, keynotes and consulting services to assist organizations and individuals to engage in authentic outcomes-based dialogue about race, equal justice, equity, social/economic opportunity and the development of “Life Mastery” skills. Our philosophy is to imagine monumental success for your organization, and then assist you in pursuing it. Our training sessions inform how to create, adopt and cultivate successful sustainable strategies that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in your personal, professional and community environments.

Organizational Consulting Areas of Expertise-

  • Keynote / Motivational Speaker
  • Retreat/Meeting Facilitation
  • Team Building/Development
  • Diversity Consultation
  • Leadership Coaching
  • Process Improvement Facilitation
  • Strategic Planning Facilitation

Topics of Expertise-

Diversity & Inclusion – Effective Communication – Strategic Planning – Leadership Development – Employee Engagement – Retention – Policies & Procedures – Board Development – Community Relations – Community Outreach – Ethics – Work & Life Balance 

 


Our Services

Keynote Speaker:

  •  Present keynote address tailored to your audience

Consulting:

  •  Needs assessment to make recommendations to respond to difficult situations
  •  Evaluate the culture of your organization, including observations and  interviews to identify next steps
  •  Meet with organization leaders to examine and/or create long term plans for greater cultural competence
  •  Work one-on-one with struggling staff

Facilitating:​

  •  Design diversity workshops to meet your needs
  •  Moderate panel discussions
  •  Work with large or small groups to find culturally responsive solutions to issues
  •  Engage staff in dialogue to identify and address oppression

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“Awesome workshop!"

“Appreciated Greg’s interaction & resources."

“Very easy to understand and I loved the insistence on doing your own research."

 

Folklife Participants February 5, 2016