The relationship between organizations and their talent is shifting. Are you ready?

Employees are changing the way they view their relationship with their employer. The shift is from a transactional relationship to a more emotional one, where employees are seeking purpose, fulfillment and continuous development.

As your company evolves, so should your talent.

Now more than ever, you need your talent leaning into their strengths, driving innovation and working towards a common goal.

Invest in your talent.

We believe that your talent is your largest asset. 99% of the time, we operate under the assumption that you, too, know your talent is the best of the best for your organization. You interviewed, hired and trained them for their roles.


How do you ensure they're always adding value? You continue to develop them.



1:1 Coaching

  • First time manager needing to sharpen their leadership skills

  • Coaching executives to implement 360-feedback

  • High-potential employee almost ready for the next step


Workshops & Group Coaching

  • Get your team functioning at 100%

  • Teach a team how to effectively collaborate & brainstorm together

  • Develop a cohort of first-time managers through on-going, innovative training


Assessment & Group Implementation

  •  Understand your organization's culture to drive the business forward

  • Reassess your department's current state/structure

  • Develop training best-practices based on your team's needs

What we often see in organizations is a focus on leadership development at the executive level. We see organizations and leaders expect all employees to lead themselves and their work, but don't often teach how to do that. There's a disconnect in what's expected and what's available.

At THREAD, we believe that leadership is an on-going practice. To effectively lead at any level, you have to know how to lead yourself first. That's why we've created and follow a me-we-us framework. To continuously influence as you grow, you have to start with yourself.

If you’re only investing in top level leadership, you’re waiting until it’s too late.