Randel Consulting

Organizational Development

We coach teams and executive leadership through change and improvement.

“Randel Consulting helped us sort through some challenging organizational issues as we were in transition. The outcomes were better communication, a more well-defined structure and clearer vision.”
– Executive Director, Nonprofit Organization

Capabilities include:

  • Organization Assessment and Diagnosis
  • Team Development
  • Change Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Project Planning
  • Performance Management
  • Executive Coaching
  • Large Systems Change

We are certified to administer and interpret a number of leadership, managerial, organization, and team assessment tools, including:

  • 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team (Pfeiffer/Wiley)
  • DiSC Work Style Preference Assessment (Inscape Publishing)
  • Emotional Social Competence Inventory (ESCI) – Hay Group
  • EQ-I (MHS)
  • EQ-I 360 (MHS)
  • FIRO-B (CPP)
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) (CPP)
  • SCARF 360 Assessment (Neuroleadership Group)
  • Situational Leadership
  • Strong Interest Inventory
  • Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Assessment (TESI)
  • Thomas Kilman Indicator

Our team of consultants has trained in and brings experience with a large number of methods and tools for organizational development and executive coaching, including:

  • Action Learning
  • After Action Reviews
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Culture and Diversity
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Graphic Facilitation and Recording
  • Managing Transitions
  • Open Space Technology
  • Process Consulting
  • Project Management
  • Results-based Management
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Strategic Planning
  • Team Building
  • Online/Virtual Facilitation
  • World Café

Case Study One
The Situation:

Trust and relationships had broken down in a team whose members were in three different locations. A series of events had resulted in staff refusing to speak with one another or cooperate on important organizational projects. The team’s work was critical for the organization’s operations, and the situation was beginning to have a wider effect across the organization and its partners. More >

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