Who WE Help
Shape your business into a Learning Organization – where your people are your most valuable asset.
Enable the power of the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team by Wiley and best-selling author Patrick Lencioni.
Provide managers with the leadership skills needed for today’s fast-paced, multi-generational workforce.
Enable the best from your employees through clear communication and true organizational support.
What WE Do
Succession & Retention
a company that facilitates the learning of its members and continuously transforms itself.
Equanimity [e-kwə-ˈni-mə-tē] – noun. Mental calm, esp. in a difficult situation.
At Workforce Equanimity, we believe that the effort companies place in creating an Intentional Learning Organization provides lasting, sustainable benefits.
Companies work with our consultants, facilitators, and coaches to enable their workforce to perform at its best. Our approach combines proven competencies for success with experiential learning and personalized training with follow-up coaching.
Contact us today to grow your people growing business.
16.5% of the workforce will be leaving due to aging or retirement. - US Bureau of Labor Statistics
Turnover by Managers
50% of employees report quitting because of their manager. - Gallup, 2015
after lunch if an employee finds a better offer.
What people are saying
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Nothing quite compares to a good lunch and learn. Getting quality vendors and your people together is priceless. And please don’t forget the smell of wood fire pizza or maybe fresh dragon rolls catered in from the local sushi business from around the way. You watch the team pull out their phones to take pictures[…]
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