The Consolution Experience Process: Becoming Our Client
The Consolution Coordinator is the hub of our network, an executive coach who connects your Community Organization with the Coaches, Consultants, and Contributors who help you reach your goals.
Consolution’s four-step process helps our Coordinator determine if your organization is a candidate for The Consolution Experience.
- Initial Meeting(s) – No Cost Consultation: Our Coordinator meets with executive leaders to listen and learn about your organization’s unique challenges. We introduce you to The Consolution Experience – an operational blueprint designed specifically to help Community Organizations thrive.
- Second Meeting – Presentation: If the executive leader (or board chair) decides our methods have merit, Consolution delivers a 90-minute presentation about The Consolution Experience to the organization’s (or board’s) leadership team.
- Commitment: The leadership team commits to enrolling in The Consolution Experience.
- Contributor Support: If needed, Consolution seeks Contributors to help partially fund your organization’s investment in our services.
- Fee Agreements: We bill our clients quarterly. The Consolution Experience is a pay-as-you-go system that doesn’t require a long-term commitment, but we recommend a two to three-year engagement for best results. The leadership team can cancel services at any time.
- Plan of Action: Your Coordinator delivers written plans of action to clear your productivity roadblocks and achieve your goals. Documenting these plans creates clarity and assigns action steps.
- The Consolution Experience Begins: Our team goes to work! Your Community Organization commits to half or full-day Consolution sessions to start embedding our tools, tactics, and processes into your operations. A Coach or Consultant facilitates these sessions to help your team discover constructive solutions to your challenges and opportunities. Throughout The Consolution Experience, your Coordinator continues to monitor your progress. The Coordinator acts as an accountability director for all parties to ensure your organization receives the help—and results—you expect.