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“[The beForte workshop was] a great way to start off our meeting. The team continuously referred back to some of the concepts that were learned throughout the remainder of the meeting. It supported our Division Charter discussion so very well. I couldn’t have asked for a better outcome. I definitely want to keep this alive, and will be pulling this through.”Samantha Herrell, Division Manager, Top Biotech Firm
“beForte helped us create a custom leadership development program that has gotten rave reviews from our cohorts who have participated in this experience. The Forte team is actively shaping what the future of fully ‘human’ and strengths-based organizations will become in order to attract, develop, and retain top talent—so that companies can make a generative and sustaining impact in the world.”Kent Frazier, VP of Talent, Lieberman Research Worldwide
“Our team had the opportunity to take the Strengthscope® instrument and meet with beForte. In my 9 years with this company, we have done few things that have produced such a significant impact on our organization. [Based on the changes we’ve made], I believe we will be stronger, more innovative, and achieve significantly greater success for our clients and ourselves.”Sue Bingham, Principal, HPWP Consulting
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As we look back at the end of 2016 and into the fresh beginnings of a new year, I wanted to offer a bold idea that could absolutely transform your organization in 2017: What if you could replace your entire people strategy with the diagram above and a simple mantra? That may seem crazy, but hear me out… For … Read More
We often bump into the idea that the kind of work we do at Forte is perceived as “warm and fuzzy” by businesspeople. (My friend Shawn just expressed something similar on his site.) The work we do isn’t “fuzzy” or “soft,” but this is quite a persistent myth. Let me explain why it’s untrue—and more importantly, why it’s … Read More
This article was originally posted on Fast Company If you’re like me, you’ve probably heard many variations of it throughout your work career: “Everyone is replaceable.” In practice, it sounds like this… “If you don’t want to do the job, there are hundreds—maybe thousands!—of people who are desperate for work and we’ll go find them.” … Read More
For me doing practically anything an Olympic athlete does is impossible. For me, building the financial models that power big companies is impossible. For me, playing in the NFL is impossible. (Don’t believe me, download a few photos.) It’s true that I don’t know how to do any of these things, but it’s not just … Read More
[This article was originally published on Switch & Shift] Today, our organizations are a lot of things… They are the economic engines of the world. For example, did you know that of the top 150 economic entities in the world, 58% of those entities are corporations — not nations/countries? They are the places where we occupy some most of our time. Where do … Read More
[This article was originally posted on The Huffington Post] When I was doing the research for my book, Igniting the Invisible Tribe, I stumbled across an article by Gary Hamel called “First, Let’s Fire All The Managers.” Released by Harvard Business Review in December of 2011 about a California-based tomato processing company called Morning Star, I … Read More
[This article was originally published on Forbes] It’s easy to vilify business. Sadly, we’re usually justified in these feelings, too. For many reasons, over the past decades business folks have gotten the idea that it’s OK to screw over their employees, foul up the environment, and treat customers like garbage. But all these antics are covering up … Read More