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The Piras Group
We help leaders soar
We know you want your leaders to achieve their full potential on behalf of your organization — and love doing it. The Piras Group has been helping high performing companies achieve superior leadership performance for years — in a variety of business situations...
Our methodology works in three key areas of organizational consulting that correspond to the three circles of excellence in high performance organizations. Any consulting project typically includes some work in all 3 areas.
A leaders must be adept at managing people, tasks, priorities and direction. The Piras Group workshops provide the fundamental skill building that leaders need to be successful. Members of the Piras Group have spent many years, both internally and externally, developing these programs. We know what it takes and how to deliver a 'wow' experience for participants.
The most valuable contribution The Piras Group offers is they really look for the good in their clients and help them build a path to grow professionally. Coaches like Dennis help clients see that they have what it takes to move forward. They know how to find hidden attributes and then help put a plan together on how to capitalize on those.Kevin Kone, Managing Director, Finance, San Francisco International Airport
One of the valuable differences between The Piras Group and other consulting organizations is that I can leverage their expertise into what I want and need to do, instead of being limited by a pre-existing model of how we’ll work together.Mark Shaw, Senior Vice President Human Resource, Kateeva
The most valuable ability of The Piras Group is to be nimble. They are able shift in applying coaching to different management levels, problems, and cultures. And understanding culture is key to effective leadership development and coaching – maybe for interview prep and generic issues that isn’t so critical. The Piras Group is able to understand the culture from one organization to another and nimbly apply that understanding to effective coaching.Priscilla F., Silicon Valley organization
Mark Emerson, Chief Marketing Officer, Engie Services U.S.
The Piras Group has brought focus and organization to our leadership team discussions. They engage in real, authentic conversation, and offer practical advice that has proven to be quite useful and highly impactful.
In an effort to facilitate employee communications especially in meetings, one effective practice is to build ground rules that eliminate the 'Yes, but' syndrome and add the 'Yes, and' approach. What is the difference?
Lessons learned from working with a global team engaged in virtual collaboration: tools, techniques, and approaches, based on the experiences of our partner, The Grove.
Setting SMART goals, communicating them, and setting up routine check-ins can have a dramatic impact on our ability to achieve the goals we set out to accomplish. Here are three best practices for setting goals that stick.