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He who does the work is not so profitably employed
as he who multiplies the doers.
                                                    --- John R. Mott.
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Always put people first. The progression is People, Programs, Paybacks. When you put people first, you create products, services, and programs that meet their needs, and their response brings the resources you need to succeed.
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Recent News
The International Journal of Self Directed Learning has appointed Dr. Zsiga to their Editorial Board.
Recent consultancies include translating Medical Center employee surveys into understandable charts, tables and reports to provide a sound base for management, training and procurement decisions; assistance in design, collection and reporting on an online survey for a dissertation project; and construction of multiple grade/subject assessments to measure student performance and teacher effectiveness in a large school district.
Success breeds success
Our Philosophy
Dr. Zsiga consistently focuses on preparing and developing managers and leaders to successfully work with diverse populations, and to create products, services, programs and experiences designed to discover and pursue their greatest potential.
It is no wonder his peers honored him with awards for Operating Budget and Turnaround Management. Contact us today to discuss how Dr. Zsiga can help you.
“He who does the work is not so profitably employed as he who multiplies the doers.”
There is one thing worse than developing your staff and having them leave -- not developing them and having them stay.
Unequal development in any area is less than ideal and unhealthy.