At CBC&C, we provide real answers to real business problems and opportunities through designing and delivering learning and development solutions that strategically align with an organization's business goals, providing measurable results. We analyze performance gaps, create targeted objectives and connect them with the right measurement tools, determining the best instructional strategy and appropriate media. CBC&C builds consensus, evaluates the effectiveness of training and uses the data to continually improve performance. Programs include leadership development, team building, increased interpersonal skills, and addressing current workplace issues.
Working smarter to maximize people, potential, and profits.
If you were the owner of a sports team, would you send just one or two players into the game and leave the rest sitting on the bench?
Well, that is what happens when organizations only support and recognize their employees' rational mind. An important player, no doubt, but the odds of winning the game are much greater when the whole team shows up, suits up, and plays.
What's the all-star team, you ask.
After many years of working for and consulting with Fortune 100 companies to small businesses, I recognized that something big was missing. In fact, a lot was missing. Harvard educator Howard Gardner created the multiple intelligences theory in the 1980s. And yet, somehow many of these intelligences have not found their way into the workplace. That's a lot of human potential left at the doorstep.
CBC&C has designed a program to maximize the full potential of all members of an organization. Each module represents one of these multiple intelligences that is vital to overall organization smarts and is tailored to specifically address the concerns, opportunities and particulars of each organization, the marketplace, and its business goals.
"I highly recommend the consulting services of CBC&C and Shannon O'Leary, who created, coordinated, and facilitated a fabulous training program to our front-line employees. She met with all levels of staff to ensure understanding of organization expectations, as well as the everyday reality faced by line staff. The workbook she developed and used to guide the discussion, along with the PowerPoint presentation, was relative to those attending the training. This is particularly evidenced by the large survey response in favor of both the material and facilitator. Shannon's professionalism both in and out of the classroom, her attention to detail and her organizational skills are outstanding. " Kim South, Program Supervisor, Lane County Public Works