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noun. Latin:  humanus systema.

1. an arrangement of interrelated and interdependent parts (e.g., organization, team) that interact with its environment.

2. a set or arrangement of qualities or characteristics of a person or persons (human beings) so related or connected as to form a unity or organic whole.

RLCole Consulting & Coaching is a leadership and organization development consulting firm that is dedicated to helping individual leaders, teams, and entire organizations--the human system--identify and resolve their most pressing challenges.  We do this by collaborating with you to create a business environment and culture that encourages and supports high adaptability and continuous learning. 


As noted in the definition on the left, the human system within your organization consists of the people and their relationships. And it is at the human system level--the source of most performance and productivity issues begin--is where we focus our efforts.  


Our process in working with you is straight-forward. When we work with you, we assess, observe, and analyze what is going on in your organization within your human system. Through a collaborative process, we can first understand and then resolve the issues and challenges facing your organization.


In other words, we help you figure out what's working and what's not working within your organization's human system, determine the root causes, devise solutions, and provide you with the tools to execute those solutions.  All of this is within the context of creating a Highly Adaptive Learning Organization™.












​All of our work is directed towards providing solutions to your challenges and problems at different levels of the organization:










"When I was starting out in the consulting business, my best friend and I were still in graduate school.  We called ourselves Performance Technologies Group.  We had no idea what we were doing, but what we lacked in consulting skills, we made up for with our excitement and enthusiasm.  


Twenty-five years later, a lot has changed.  But one thing that has not changed, is my excitement and enthusiasm for this work. Being a part of individual, team, and organizational transformation never gets old. It's not easy. It's hard work, but most of the time it doesn't feel like work."


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