In today’s complex business climate you may need to run lean on manpower but you definitely do not want to run lean on BRAIN POWER. Your organization’s success depends on your people’s critical thinking and problem solving skills. These abilities support your day-to-day operations as well as strategically position your business in the marketplace for future success.
Why do individuals, teams and organizations make poor decisions and avoid solving problems? Despite what we often think, poor problem resolution is not due to incompetence, a lack of intelligence or negative intentions. Instead, it results from a faulty problem solving process which costs time and money while threatening an organization’s culture.
With over 20 years of problem solving expertise, I use a unique and innovative blend of academic training, expert human relations skills and creativity to teach practical problem solving skills that generalize to even the most complex situations. Once these skills are learned, I mentor individuals and teams as they solve problems and establish strategic initiatives within the organization. All services are custom designed to meet your specific organizational needs and guaranteed to produce results you can count on.
When problems go unsolved and decisions go unmade organization’s flounder and lose money. Don’t let that happen to you.
In 2013, Alicia Farrell gave the keynote at MCSAAC’s Annual Meeting. In the space of thirty minutes she set off a chain reaction of events that is still going on today, still bringing positive change to our community. Those who heard Alicia speak that morning got the word out, and since then, she has been engaged for numerous public forums. Whether she’s addressing parents, medical professionals, educators, or youth groups, Alicia knows how to fashion a substance abuse prevention (or treatment) message that resonates with everyone in the audience. Alicia was a lead speaker in the 2014 regional forum “Protecting Brain Development: Marijuana, Technology, Alcohol & Youth,” sponsored by a consortium of health organizations in Middlesex County. The event drew a large crowd, was covered by CT Public Radio, and solidified Ms. Farrell’s position as the “go to” speaker for youth and marijuana issues. She remains a Middlesex County resource and treasure!