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We deliver leadership training that is anchored in adult learning theory. Our materials reflect well-researched content from intersecting fields such as psychology, neuroscience, and business management. Schedule a free, 20-minute, discovery call to learn more.

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Below are our most requested training topics for 2023. Pick from the list or ask for a custom training. 


Boundaries are essential for fostering sustainable relationships and promoting a healthy, inclusive organizational culture. Participants learn how to set and keep boundaries so they can be more productive and harmonize home and work. 

Change Management

Change requires people to let go of what was and adjust to the new normal. Our trainings help people understand their natural responses to change and how to skillfully navigate a transition. Leaders also examine best practices in guiding a change management process.   


Confidence gives people the courage to unleash their potential by sharing ideas, taking ownership of projects, and stepping into bigger roles. We show leaders how to build confidence and what to expect along the way. 

Conflict Resolution

Many people are conditioned to respond to conflict with competing, accommodating, or avoiding behaviors. Few situations benefit from this. Participants explore several conflict resolution strategies and how to tailor their responses to specific situations.


Delegating can be tricky. Many supervisors give too much guidance or not enough. Some overwork instead of delegating to team members, risking burnout. We support new and seasoned managers in finding a balance that works for their teams.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is the foundation for strong leadership. Fortunately, it can be learned. Our trainings position leaders to manage themselves and their teams with greater awareness and interpersonal skills. 


The key to effectively giving feedback is preserving the relationship while communicating difficult or unpopular messages. We introduce several proven techniques for giving and receiving feedback and dedicate time for participants to rehearse them.

Implicit Bias

Implicit bias is a subconscious association that automatically links a group of people with a (usually negative) quality. Our trainings highlight the impacts of implicit bias and present bias-reduction strategies at the individual and organizational levels. 


Leaders often navigate volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous circumstances.  Participants uncover how to build individual and organizational resilience to endure and recover from challenging times. 
We loved working with Multicultural Coaching for a recent staff workshop... staff remarked that the training was one of the best we have ever hosted. Essey’s knowledge of resettlement systems and structures alongside her intuitive training style is invaluable!

Rachel Pollock

Director of Resettlement Services

USCCB/Migration and Refugee Services

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