We help build and deliver custom solutions to fit your needs.

When you need a quick fix or a fresh dose of inspiration,
our workshops and Ideas Blast sessions deliver exceptional value
that make a big different in a short time.
What our clients are saying…

From the beginning of our session, the direction we were about to take was extremely clear…participants were provided with the opportunity to express goals, and hoped for outcomes. Throughout the entirety of the session, Andrea was an active listener; she adapted her presentation to our specific situation. Andrea consistently exuded a vibrant energy, and sound knowledge of her craft.

– George Singfield, Director of Corporate Services and Communication,
Western Quebec School Board

Driving a Human Employee Experience Workshop Series

In this 3 part series, leaders will develop skills needed to help navigate change and challenging situations within any organization.

With over 21 years of experience, Andrea Greenhous knows the art and science of effective communication, how to build a fearless organization and how to foster employee well being. If you want to be a leader who helps employees thrive, this workshop series is for you!

Idea Blast Sessions

Idea Blast sessions are designed to give you the insight and ideas to solve your biggest internal communication challenges by tapping into our creativity and expertise. We can also customize workshops for your team. Our strategy sessions are a particularly powerful way to jump-start your strategic thinking and planning while tapping into our experience and benefitting from our proven approach.

Not every organization is big enough or has the budget for an audit or to bring in outside resources for a major project. That’s why we created the Idea Blast Sessions and offer customized workshops.

Custom Workshops

Let us create a customized workshop for your leaders and managers to help them learn the secrets to capturing the hearts and minds of employees. Leaders will learn how to inspire, motivate, and connect with employees while helping them avoid common communications pitfalls and mistakes that can result in confusion, distrust, disengagement, and resistance to change.

Case Study: A Million Dollar Problem