Are your managers and supervisors caretakers or leaders? Our journeys in both the public and private sectors uncover many managers and administrators, but precious few leaders. In most cases, for leaders to flourish the culture must change. Risk taking and initiative occur when

(1) boundaries of authority and responsibility are clear and (2) people are provided custom designed performance and leadership skills training to proactively understand their responsibilities and wisely discharge their authority.  MORE >>



Why is OJT (On-the-Job) training so often ineffective? The answers are obvious because the traps are so plentiful. The ability to transfer skill to new employees and to re-train experienced “Unconsciously Competent” employees has never been more critical. MORE >>

Both the young and older worker will have many ideas to offer, which will help the organization thrive in the marketplace. Learning how to deal with the Generation Gaps at work will help you become a better manager or co-worker. MORE >>

The individual contributor plays an important part in promoting and supporting cooperation and efficient working relationships as organizational values.  The development of these relationships has a strong impact and influence on inter- and intra-departmental activities. MORE >>

Have you ever been so stressed about taking a test that you felt like you just couldn't think? Conversely, have you ever been so enthusiastic and confident in pursuing a goal that nothing could have stopped you from succeeding? Either way, your emotions set the limits of how well you tap into your natural abilities. MORE >>

This 1 day program is designed to provide managers working knowledge of diversity and harassment issues in order to create a respectful workplace free from harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. MORE >>


"The Accountability for Results" is a 2 day workshop that focuses on specific sets of behaviors and techniques applied consistently to achieve results and resolve underperformance. The workshop enables any leader to translate the concept of accountability into measurable results through the identification of performance cause/effect, and the application of situational power and influence. MORE >>

Bottom Line, Inc. has been nationally recognized by the U.S. Government for our success in building teams, building trust between dysfunctional teams, and “jump starting” teams that have plateaued or are simply stuck on “No Go”. Our secret is in how we “front end” load each team in terms of organization and structure. MORE >>

Management is task-based, while Leadership is behavior based. Surprisingly, few organizations spend much time or focus on the understanding or application of basic behavioral science. The 2 day experiential Behavior Management workshop is designed around the identification and application of behavioral skills and motivational techniques that are critical in leading today’s multi-generational workforce. MORE >>