Collaborate, Grow & Build

Teams are encountering greater complexity and uncertainty and are having to manage more change than ever before. This can create barriers that only adds to the hurdles  Effective work team facilitation breaks down the barriers between differing individuals, groups and departments helping them see the common ground to reach team and organization goals.

Why DRIC?

DRI Consulting addresses a broad range of skills and tools that help groups improve the way they accomplish tasks.  These include:

  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Conflict Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Work Personality Types and Styles – identifying team strengths and areas of challenge
  • Assessment and Development of Teams
  • Stress Management
  • Process Re-Engineering and Restructuring
  • Intergroup Assessment and Intervention
  • Meeting Management
  • Clarifying Roles and Responsibilities

Benefits:

  • Increase team alignment
  • Overcome specific problems
  • Help members develop a high level of motivation to carry out decisions
  • Increase productivity
  • Increase effectiveness and efficiency
  • Increase clarity about roles, responsibilities and strategic direction

Testimonials:

You helped us get farther in this 2 day work retreat than we would have on our own in 6 months or if ever.

Dr. Tony LePage
Gilbert Acton LePage

On behalf of both Executive Council and all of MPA, I wanted to once again formally thank you for volunteering your time to facilitate a strategic planning session for the MPA Executive Council yesterday. It was evident that you had put a great deal of thought, time, and energy into preparing for the day — which bore fruit. You managed the process with flexibility and aplomb. I feel it was a very valuable and productive session and met my hopes that at the end of the day we would emerge with a small number of concrete "actionables" for the association to pursue.

Once again, your service to MPA is much appreciated and will, I believe, prove in the long run to have been a significant contribution to our continued growth, success, and influence as an association.
Thanks, John.

Steven P. Gilbert, Ph.D., ABPP, LP
President, Minnesota Psychological Association