Build a company employees love + where top performers want to work.

FREE TRAINING: SUN, OCT 17 @ 4 PM PST

Seen, Heard & Understood

Learn the 5 critical steps for creating an environment where high-performance teams can complete any mission together.

This training is for you if you feel like…

  • You can’t delegate because your team won’t get it done or it’s just easier to do the work yourself.
  • Your employees are more of a distraction than a help.
  • Your employees aren’t as passionate about your business and your clients are noticing.
  • Your team falls apart under pressure and you can’t take time off because your business will fall apart.
Rosa Ponce de Leon, Leadership Strategist

Hi, I'm Rosa Ponce de Leon,
Business Consultant, Leadership Strategist, & Operations Expert

On a mission to support companies where people work with purpose.

As a longstanding public servant, I have skillfully led a multitude of teams to achieve high levels of success by transforming unproductive work cultures into high-performing organizations. 

The same principles that apply to disaster preparedness can be utilized to reconstruct your company culture. I operate from a place of love for people that inspires change from the innermost depths.

We build bulletproof company cultures.

Our Tactical VOICE Framework produces superior results.

VISION: A successful company culture depends on everyone being clear on the vision and values of your organization. Frequently it is assumed that everyone in the organization is on the same page. When you have high performers with critical thinking skills and you are not having regular conversations about implementing vision and values, it is likely to result in misalignment. That misalignment is an impact to your bottom line and a compromise to cohesive team dynamics. To solve this, we start by identifying your key values and vision for your company. You can then teach your team how to apply your company values to their everyday decision-making.

OWNERSHIP: Top performers expect to be held accountable for their performance, and this is only possible when each person owns their results and scope of work. As a business owner, you are more responsible for supporting — through equipping, training, resourcing, etc. — this ownership so each person can achieve results based on their own creativity and competency. An exceptional culture flourishes when there are clear responsibilities, which results in self-led teams that perform at a high level in both high pressure settings as well as every day operations.

INTEGRITY: Resilient teams hold strength because of the bonds that are developed over time between people, regardless of internal and external influences. Conflict and disagreements are a necessary part of a healthy workforce, and when there is a culture of psychological safety and personal maturity, individuals connect with one another and become stronger as a result of these conflicts. When each person feels comfortable and valued inside of the team, trust is build and this allows them to thrive in the face of adversity. Through an assessment of interpersonal relations inside of your organization, you can begin to equip leaders to foster a culture of safety.

CHAMPION: Retaining top talent requires the acknowledgement and investment into each individual in order to remain a top performer. A failure to understand that satisfying this need is unique to each person, results in a higher burnout, dissatisfaction, and lowered commitment. A leader’s ability to recognize and communicate the inherent value of each person is critical to developing champions. Loyalty is achieved when, beyond their work, each person is viewed as a champion and their significance is recognized. 

EVOLUTION: High performing cultures have ample opportunity for personal and professional growth. A culture where opportunities appear to lack leads to unhealthy competition and toxicity. Leaders must get in the habit of asking each person not just how they want to be praised and rewarded for their hard work, but also partner with them to achieve their personal and professional goals and aspirations. Helping people achieve a personal sense of fulfillment is a small investment with big results to your bottom line.

Clients share their
story and success

“Rosa saved my business. As a small business owner, I underestimated the power of building a strong workplace culture. I was on the brink of closing, but Rosa helped me engage with and motivate my staff. I only wish I had worked with Rosa sooner, it would have saved me many headaches.”

Wendy M.

"I hadn't had a wage increase in 2 years. Rosa empowered me to ask for a $25,000 raise and also to negotiate working from home remotely. I not only received everything I wanted, I'm also much happier at my job and I feel appreciated. Thank you Rosa!”

Lisa M.

“I was feeling burnt out, frustrated, and discouraged at work. Rosa coached me so that I could better communicate my needs to my employer. If it wasn't for her expertise, I would have quit my job. Rosa offers a unique, unbiased perspective that not only addresses the issue at hand, but also provides a practical solution."

Jackie G.

“I had all the high end technology and highly skilled and experienced team, but out marketing was fragmented and we were struggling to book appointments. The team helped us find our common identity, branding and developed a marketing strategy that included social media presence. I’m very happy with the customized attention we received.”

Dr. Robert Gordon, Director

These top 3 workplace problems deteriorate culture fast.

No. 1: Poor Leadership

  • Self-focused versus vision-focused
  • Self-serving verses servant-leadership
  • Underdeveloped people skills
  • Lack of confidence and conviction
  • Sense of entitlement

 

No. 2: Poor Communication

  • Failing to get buy-in from employees so they feel included
  • Forgetting to forward along important information
  • Not listening or shutting people down
  • Not speaking up or asking for feedback
  • Blanket style communication instead of tailoring to each person’s uniqueness

 

No. 3: Poor Accountability

  • Not knowing what your big-picture purpose is for your work
  • Employees who are unsure of their roles and responsibilities
  • Lack of objective benchmarks to measure progress
  • Infighting, drama, and poor performance

 

If these scenarios sound familiar, this training is likely to be a fit. Together we have the capacity to turn this around and produce a bulletproof culture and peak performance.

Your success
is our success.

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