Who Are We?
The Leadership Science Institute, LLC (LSI) started in 2009 with the idea of helping others succeed. That idea started with one coach who set out to share his executive experiences with others and guide them to success. LSI has since evolved into the whole person people development center we are today. We became the first company in our area to offer a one stop shop for people development. With the integration of skills assessments and training, blended with coaching, we can target professional and personal development needs for each individual, team, and organization.
We set out to study and then change human behavior in the workplace. We teach you how to do the same. We do this by using our unique model which blends both business and psychology. This approach helps your people to better understand themselves; better understand others; and then improve the organizational culture and processes. Our customers tell us that this is our “secret sauce”.
We believe there is power in research and keeping up-to-date on the latest trends in people development. We are in a constant state of improvement for our programs, training courses, and coaching techniques. We do not deliver “off the shelf” services. We know you and our clients aim high… so we do the same when servicing you.
Our distinctive model allows us to partner with you to design the right path of development for both your organization and your people. That design uses different types of coaching and adult learning techniques. This ensures you receive a completely customized people development program.
We take your successes and outcomes seriously. We recognize that your results is a reflection of the quality of our service.
At LSI, we also have a strong sense of community. Our founders and team members dedicate numerous hours to support multiple city and county organizations as well as local school districts.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY?
KIND WORDS FROM OUR LOVELY CLIENTS
"I would highly recommend this program to anyone who wishes to further their abilities in a leadership capacity."
"The ability to have open conversations with an experienced coach is essential to fully understand the leadership concepts."