We support organizations in enhancing performance, productivity and effectiveness through revitalized workforce relationships and leadership practices.
We provide caring and personalized help to individuals, students and families in career guidance, coaching and college planning services.
Publications
We are pleased that our new book, How to Build a Nontraditional Career Path: Embracing Economic Disruption, has been published by Praeger. Our book describes why, when, and how to create an inspiring and practical nontraditional career path from more than one source of income. It complements our three existing books:
Business Behaving Well: Social Responsibility, from Learning to Doing, which provides a rationale and roadmap for organizations to incorporate socially responsible practices, building on real-world examples from contributing authors and principles of social justice; Building Workforce Strength: Creating Value through Workforce and Career Development, which describes the applications of workforce and career development principles and practices to strengthen organizations, building on the perspectives of experienced practitioners; and Affiliation in the Workplace: Value Creation in the New Organization, which describes leadership approaches to integrate the needs of the individual with the needs of the organization for the benefit of both.
Our latest newsletters beginning in 2014 are also available on this site. Please click on Newsletters to move directly to them.
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Ron Elsdon:
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925 586 9039

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