Are you “working to live,” or “living to work?”
Did your sense of meaning and purpose, get lost in the shuffle?
When your authentic desires and passions are synthesized and coupled with a focused and meaningful call to action, the change, focus and expansion can be significant, and will often feel like magic.
“Build your career around your life… “It’s not just business; it’s personal…”
Engagement, Culture and Customer Satisfaction
A people-specific focus (organizational development) enhancing how creativity and innovation operate within your workplace structure demonstrating how employee engagement, culture and customer satisfactions are intrinsically connected.
We Identify patterns, dynamics, relationships and flow.
Investigate and articulate the combined and individual sense of organizational purpose and meaning, trust, shared values and strengths; uncovering successes and breakdowns in communication, collaboration and commitment.
- Performance, Connection and Rapport
- Boomer and Millennial Collaboration
- Ask about my workplace culture review
“Your brand is only a promise – the culture either fulfills or breaks that promise.”
Larry J. Fontana (networking): Lifestyle Balance, Workplace Culture, Employee Engagement, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty.
My communication and presentation style is conversational and improvisational, engaging and inclusive.
- Individuals and organizations who are striving for greater satisfaction, passion, purpose and success.
- Lifestyle and Career Balance (advocate for the individual)
- Employee Engagement, Culture and Customer Satisfaction (catalyst for the organization)
I welcome opportunities and possibilities for collaboration and co-creation, as contract, consultant or an Intrapreneur. I quickly become a catalyst for empowered clarity, growth and communication and an impassioned member of the team…
SPECIAL OFFER: For a limited time, I am offering a low-cost, R & D opportunity for select organizations, focusing on customer interactions, satisfaction and loyalty.
“The future is now, and we are its stewards” – L. Fontana