Relationships & Connection
We believe that relationships are everything.
If you’ve ever taken a Psychology 101 course, you probably remember the work of Abraham Maslow. Simply put, Maslow believed that second only to the needs of food, water and security is the human need of relationships (belonging and love). And, without relationships, it is difficult to focus on accomplishment and achieving potential.
Interestingly, positive relationships are now also being tied to increased mental and physical health. (Source)
So yes, we believe relationships are everything.
All of our programs are relationship-focused. We strive to positively connect with everyone we work with. We want to know you from the inside. It’s what lights us up at the end of the day.
And whether we are leading a workshop on youth engagement, talking to leaders about inspiring teams, or working with organizations trying to shift a negative culture, we will ask questions about building relationships, we will speak of their importance, and we will push you to move through any blocks to connection.
It’s just who we are.
“Amy Brady has provided multiple professional development sessions for our staff. One of Amy’s strengths that I especially appreciate, is how she strives to learn and understand the structure and mission of our specific programs. She is very intentional about listening to what our training needs are to be able to develop and tailor the trainings to be meaningful and engaging. Amy also listens carefully to her audience when presenting and is able to adapt her approach and content in the moment to meet the group’s professional development needs, even if it veers off of the original course. Amy is by far one of my staff’s favorite presenters and they are always excited to come to her trainings and learn!”
Jefferson County School Age Enrichment