You need support in order to do you work and that support can look a lot of different ways. From basic project management to the most complex change management, there is a tool in here to meet your needs so you can be as effective as possible in your mission to make the world a better place.
Strategic planning refers to the process of taking a higher-level look at the overall direction of the organization or group. This requires long-range viewing on the part of the leaders of the system and clear communication about ideas and goals with the consultant.
Often there is a process of creating, reworking, or reauthorizing the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
Coaching is an intimate relationship developed between two people where a coach leads a client through a change process on an intrapersonal level.
Coaching is very self-driven by the client and coaches do not generate solutions for the client, but rather aid them in finding internal resources to invoke the desired results.
Facilitation is a process by which difficult conversations and concepts are “refereed” by an external collaborator.
The facilitator is merely a conduit by which ideas can be distilled and better understood, but maintains as neutral a position as possible in these conversations.
Leadership development is a new buzzword that encompasses individual development as a leader, group development as a group of leaders, and can be done using coaching, training, and facilitation.
All processes done under the umbrella of “organizational development” require some sort of leadership development; it is merely up to the leader under what circumstances this takes shape.
Often traits that need to be improved upon are derived from interviewing the leader and/or the group of people who are led.