An organization is only as good as the individuals who comprise it.
Hence, an organization benefits when its employees, members or staff have opportunities
for personal growth and change. Triangle Associates offers a variety of learning
opportunities that support individuals as they go through the process of change.
Triangle Associates gathers information
from administrators, managers, peers and subordinates to help individuals see themselves
as others see them. Through both anonymous feedback and self-assessment, individuals are
able to take a step back and objectively consider their own skills, abilities, leadership
and management styles and job-related competencies. Essential to the successful outcome of
the process is interpretation by an assessment expert from Triangle Associates. This
expert helps the individual develop an action plan to correct weaknesses and provides
follow-up and support at a later, designated time.
Triangle Associates helps an organizational leader or executive develop strengths,
minimize weaknesses and maintain focus. Working with a trained behavioral science
consultant or coach, the executive learns to identify challenges and obstacles, develop
action plans, enhance performance and relationships at work, and find the balance between
achievement and fulfillment.
- Training Programs
Triangle Associates offers a myriad of programs to help an organization’s leaders
and executive team address the key issues that confront organizations today. Topics range
from improving clinical quality to curriculum reform; from defining an organization’s
values to forging new relationships. We also develop custom training programs to serve
specific client needs.
About Triangle Associates...
Our Services: Individual
Our Services: Group Process
Our Services: Organizational Development
Great Moments in
The first leadership
or management assessment instrument appeared in 1929,
the product of research by organizational psychologist, Spiro F. Lunugee. Of those
recurring childhood night-mares that seemed common among great organizational
found the most prevalent were falling, monsters under the bed, and going to school clad
only in underwear. His first assessment exercise featured a long leap over a deep hole.
Successful candidates proceeded on to executive positions; less successful candidates
spawned additional measures known as "gap analysis."