Build engaged, high-performing teams with live or virtual training from Mulholland Consulting Group.
Whether it’s training new leaders or high-level executives, personal productivity or how to bridge generational differences, the results of MCG’s programs speak for themselves.
Virtual + Onsite
Training for diverse teams
Less than 1/4 of employees strongly agree that their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work.
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Team Development and Leadership Development
Mulholland Consulting Group’s Leadership Development and Team Development training programs focus on Strengths-Based Leaders and Strengths-Based Teams. This methodology is founded on the CliftonStrengths® assessment (formerly known as StrengthsFinder®) from Gallup, designed to uncover and capitalize on one’s unique feelings and behaviors. Through proper training and integration into leaders and teams, the result is a more engaged, productive, happy and healthy organization.
– VP OF HR, Los Angeles Jewish Home –
How can organizations be effective and create value for their stakeholders if they do not train their first-time leaders?
60% of leaders never received training
According to the Center for Creative Leadership, they found that almost 60% of leaders said they NEVER received any training when they transitioned into their first leadership role. Our approach equips you to put leaders in place that positively influence constituencies and make decisions that sustain your company through market disruptions.CONTACT US TODAY
Managers are responsible for 70% of the variance in employee engagement (Gallup). Get your new managers off to a successful start with Mulholland Consulting Group’s First-Time Manager training.
Our approach equips you to put leaders in place that positively influence constituencies and make decisions that sustain your company through market disruptions.
Don’t miss out on this essential step to creating a productive and happy workplace.
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