WHAT CLIENTS SAY
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"Understanding leadership in higher education has been a curious journey. I wondered if I had the skill set and knowledge to be an effective department chair. My work with Conrad over the last three years highlighted my talents and helped provide confidence to work with other administrators, supervisors and navigate systems. His multi-cultural approach allowed me to perceive myself and leadership in a different light. Thank you, Conrad!
"As a General Manager in the industry, we encounter diverse people on a daily basis. This is also true when it comes to my employees who have different personalities. I’ve had the opportunity to work with Conrad on several occasions as far as employee relations and have received great advice. He was able to help guide me to ensure to ask the correct questions in such a way that the employee guided themselves to a better decision. This approach provided us with a positive, constructive and teachable moment."
“Conrad has been more than just a consultant. He has changed my outlook on teaching and life. Without his expertise and true understanding of support, I would have quit my teaching job of 22 years. Conrad showed me how to enhance the instructional strategies I implemented within in my program. He is a person that will listen and take action to help you resolve any problems you are dealing with at work (lesson plans, administrators, evaluation, and any other school related conflicts). Conrad, I thank you for not allowing me to give up on my profession."
"Loved the equity conversation time in breakout rooms where we learned each other’s stories; and had very meaningful conversations based on rich topics given to us. This was the best training I had all summer... so rich, and thought-provoking, and left with many great resources! Thank you, Conrad!"
“My biggest takeaway is that sometimes we as humans become stunted to take action for fear of "getting things right". The time to take action is now. I commit to speak up more for injustice and inequalities.”