Getting the full return
Organizations have participated in diversity trainings and sent their best to receive one-time coaching sessions but, have failed to see the full return on their investment. If there is anything we’ve learned about training and coaching, while important, it is insufficient to create meaningful and lasting change on its own.
To build an inclusive and equitable culture, where all are proactively engaged, the organization must invest in their staff at every level. One-off training and coaching sessions may create temporary change but, growth requires consistency and continual conversation. At Ellis Consulting, we believe longstanding change starts with a willingness to explore and a desire to redirect.
Whether you are an individual looking to further your career or an organization desiring to redirect by applying measured Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion strategies, we are here to walk with you hand-in-hand toward your goal.
Caring about the Organization
Getting to the bottom of things
"An organization's ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage." - Jack Welch
If your organization is looking to create an environment that retains talented employees while developing and encouraging the next wave of diverse leaders, there must be an implementation plan.
How can we help the organization?
Facilitate company-wide conversations and focus groups.
Assist with developing a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion strategy.
Provide thought-provoking, high impact workshops for staff.
Conduct internal research to identify areas of growth and improvement.
Caring about the individual
invest in yourself
“Man’s life is independent. He is born not for the development of the society alone, but for the development of his self.” - B. R. Ambedkar
Sometimes the next move requires talking matters out with an experienced individual. Coaching helps to provide a sounding board and space for coachees to reflect on their decision-making process while understanding how to lead themselves and others.
How can we help the individual?
Assist in developing skills to increase self-confidence and self-awareness.
Help support their personal and professional vision, planning, and implementation skills.
Supporting them to develop pointed leadership insight.
Support them through their journey of managing a diverse and multi-talented team.
more about krystle
the consultant friend
Krystle is a down-to-earth, fun-loving, and open thinker who enjoys getting to the matters of the heart. She is a fierce business leader, advocate, wife, mother of three, and habitual party planner. Her mission and ultimate reward in life is to see others win. Krystle will meet you where you are and walk alongside you to your destination. She just cares.
2023 Rochester Institute of Technology Rising Star Alumni Award, College of Liberal Arts
2021 ATHENA International Young Professional Award Finalist
Rochester Business Journal 40 Under 40 Recipient
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce IGNIGHT Future Leader’s Award Honoree
Lake Affect Magazine Volume 55. “Sheroes of Rochester”: 2019
Rochester Business Journal Rising Star Award
PathStone Organization Swiss Army Knife Award
Democrat & Chronicle Woman to Watch