A typical office intervention is a 4 day affair.  

Days 1 and 2 are for  observation and interviews of all team members, plus other stakeholders (clients, family) as needed. This may include assessment of personalities , individual goals and motivators, assessment of interweaving relationships and power structures,  work flow, special circumstances, etc. Each employee will need to be available for 1-2 hours during this time.

Day 3 begins and ends with playful team building exercises to bookend the serious business of realigning people's expectations and goals in the workplace, by strengthening their understanding of themselves and those around them. We ask that the business be closed for the afternoon to allow for these activities.

Day 4 is a presentation of recommendations to individuals and to the supervisor. The boss and employees will each need to be available for 1-2 hours for one-on-one recommendations, coaching and mediated conversations in friction areas. The intervention ends with a wrap up with the business owner, summarizing findings and needed changes.

creative solutions for dysfunctional teams

Our Methods

We specialize in helping staff members to see their own strengths and values and to appreciate those of their colleagues. Where others see limitations, we see possibility.

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Our Goal

We aim to transform your workplace from a back stabbing snakes' lair

to a fun, comfortable environment you look forward to returning to each day.

Our History

Coming from a background of 20 years of working in small offices, we found that many doctors, dentists, vets, and other professionals could use help learning the skills to handle the HUMAN part of HR.

MVP Business Consulting
Interventional HR Services