Frequently Asked Questions

Linne Bourget, M.A., M.B.A., Ph.D.
Positive leadership pioneer

  1. What does your logo mean?
    The dotted-line circles represents open boundaries of an organization, and the double circle its extensive interdependencies. The two triangles represent changes right side up and upside down, as most companies are facing! The triangle is the mathematical symbol for change. The plus sign in the center of the logo symbolizes our pioneering powerful practical positive leadership communication and change strategies and tools. Each end of the plus sign in the center and each point of the triangles symbolize an aspect of our deep commitment to clients.

  2. Why won't our usual leadership or management skills suffice for change?
    In the global economy, changes are faster, larger in scope and more frequent. Leaders have less time in which to show great results of mergers, acquisitions, downsizing or changes in leadership, all the while scrutinized by analysts and the press. The demand for quantum leap in New Power skills has never been greater. Business has changed. Change is everyday business life. Habits and skills need to be updated to keep pace with technology and globalization.

  3. What formats do you use in providing services to clients?
    Our top priority is to offer formats which give clients the best value and greatest practicality. Consulting with executives and consultants to apply updated habits to their real work situations gives them both and have proved most effective. Team consultations or interactive workshops with applications to real work situations also have gotten great reviews from clients.

    We do not feel that clients get the best value from stand-alone workshops without coaching, because the application to real work is usually impractical. With the pressure for speedy change, clients simply have no time to configure the applications for themselves, and find that our coaching them through applications is a more efficient use of their time.

    We also use the same applications coaching elements for training trainers, for the same reasons. approaches for change.