We help teams and organizations find clarity in chaos, and we do so by helping them reduce their problem solving cycle time through leadership and team development, with the end state being a team or organization that knows how to win as one.
The pace of change today is as fast as it has ever been, but not as fast as it ever will be. To stay relevant amidst the chaos of today, companies must compete at the speed of adaptability but adapt at the speed of learning.Jeff Boss
What our clients say
“Jeff challenges you to answer tough questions. This self-reflection has been an important exercise to guide me towards a path, which represents the values I would like to display as a manager. It has been great working with Jeff and I would recommend him as a personal development coach and mentor.”
Stavros P.Post Conflict Reconstruction Specialist
“Thank you Jeff for your talk and the workshop during Pennsylvania’s 2016 Public Health Preparedness Summit. Your message of survival, overcoming setbacks that could delay success, was inspiring and profound. The details of your experiences and lessons learned cut across the many disciplines in the room. Your message isn’t just for returning soldiers of war, but for the businessmen and women, First Responders, Public Health, emergency management and citizens of the world. Thank you for your service and your insight on how to succeed and grow regardless of the past and any obstacles that lay before us.”
Mercita ClelanPublic Health Executive
“Spencer is a walking encyclopedia of sales techniques–a master at teaching sales. His coaching sessions were highly impressive. Not only does Spencer have the knowledge and skills which enable him to be an excellent coach, his love for teaching and motivating the team are evident.”
Matt ReynoldsHFO Investment Real Estate
Bob StockmanChairman & CEO, REVA Inc.
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