Morgan Hill, CA (PRWEB) June 15, 2011
Enriching Leadership International, a management consultancy accelerating the results of high-growth, global companies, is launching an innovative new web site to reflect company evolution and address growing market needs. Enriching Leadership began by exclusively providing executive coaching nearly a decade ago. Clients' increasing requests for more extensive engagement from Michelle Randall, Enriching Leadership International's President, demanded the company make a strategic shift toward global consulting and Randall's area of thought leadership, Cultural Profit. Randall’s clients include top leaders at Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Quest and NetApp; members of the US House of Representatives’ and notable mid-tier business owners. The new website reflects the firm's wider range of services and practical and powerful content to help clients.
"Enriching Leadership creates breakthrough client results by integrating strategy and people," says Randall. She notes that, "As we increased the cultural agility leaders and teams they were able to achieve increased efficiencies and market growth." The resulting effect of combined cost reductions and increased sales are what Randall coined Cultural Profit. On her Fast Company Expert Blog, Randall explores this topic, offers real world case studies, and offers business leaders ways to progress in this area.
"Michelle Randall is an exemplar of thought leadership in her area of Cultural Profit," says noted consultant, Alan Weiss, "She provides unique insights, intellectual capital and growth techniques that aren't to be found elsewhere or in so coherent a fashion."
The new website is replete with resources for business leaders and anyone interested in learning more about Cultural Profit. "Our goal with the new site is to provide tremendous value to visitors through case studies, assessments, and world class videos that illustrate our strategy plus people approach. I believe visitors will be thrilled with the results." The site also includes a feed from Randall's Fast Company Expert Blog and blog posts that are unique to the site. Randall, who worked in Germany, even recorded German-language video.
Chad Barr, Internet expert and author of the upcoming book, Web Dreams, consulted on the site. Cambodia-based House32 designed and produced the site. Noted videographer, Steven Hacker recorded the videos. Clients are already using the site to further their teams’ cultural agility skills through webinar, worksheets and videos posted there. "I think the results are so good because we were able to assemble a true dream team," concludes Randall.
Enriching Leadership International's new web site can be visited at: http://www.enriching leadership.com