Top Management Consulting Services : Organizational Development
Our approach and materials are tailored to meet the needs of the client. We come to each engagement with no preconceived ideas; we help top management develop solutions for their most challenging problems. We take an overall independent and research-based view of performance. We work directly with leaders who can partner with us to develop recommendations and have the ability and influence to implement them.
Strategic Planning and Staff Development Services
Review Firm’s Goals and Objectives
- Assess Strengths and Weaknesses
- Evaluate Organizational Structure
- Corporate Communications Services & Solutions
- Customer & Partner Research
- Employee Climate and Employee Satisfaction Surveys
- Team Building/Interpersonal Relationships Training
- Creating A Bully Free Workplace Training
- Diversity Training
- How To Work With Difficult People Without Difficulty
- Proactive Communication Skills Training
- Conflict Resolution Training
Character, Citizenship, Bullying & Cyber Bullying Preemption Results
Kamaron Institute’s Positive Label Character Development Programs and Bullying Preemption programs have a proven track record of helping America’s education leaders improve the school life of students and teachers.
The Positive Label Program is a research-based, character education, violence and bullying prevention program offering educators and students simple, eloquent and fun techniques to manage aggressive behaviors, build self-esteem, resolve conflicts peacefully, encourage diversity and practice valuable life-skills.
Positive Label programs are the step beyond bullying and cyber-bullying prevention…. They are bullying PREEMPTION. Teachers regain entire days of quality teaching time without adding a single moment to the school day. Discipline and distraction issues can be cut in half.
Marketing and Business Research and Survey Services
The Kamaron Institute Research, Training, and Management Consulting teams know that knowledge is not power. Sir Francis Bacon’s statement, when taken out of context, can be dangerous. “Company progress requires that leaders know the score, report the score, and improve the score,” explains Kamaron Institute president, Margaret Ross. “In sports and business; this is how you win championships.”