DISCOVER
TRUE NORTH

You want your team
to communicate effectively,
be results-focused and succeed.

True North Professional Development
can help you get there.

DISCOVER TRUE NORTH

You want your team to communicate effectively,
be results-focused and succeed.

True North Professional Development
can help you get there.

DISCOVER
TRUE NORTH

You want your team
to communicate effectively,
be results-focused and succeed.

True North Professional Development
can help you get there.

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Imagine a place where personal growth is encouraged and everyone’s deepest talents are leveraged; where communication is clear, concise and direct, and productivity is maximized; where expectations are well-defined and change happens with as few bumps in the road as possible.

True North Professional Development LLC is dedicated to helping businesses and individuals recognize and leverage the talents within their teams, improve performance, improve communication, foster a coaching culture and increase productivity.

We act as an extension of your Human Resources/Training function, providing performance improvement analysis, coaching, training and instructional design resources.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to guide you and your team to help reach your True North. With our toolbox of training, self-development exercises and coaching, you and your team will communicate more dynamically, make better decisions and work more effectively as a team.

WE SPECIALIZE IN:

  • Performance Coaching

  • Everything DiSC® and Myers Briggs/MBTI Facilitation
  • Leadership / Management Development

  • Employee Competency Framework

  • 360 Feedback Review Process

  • High Potential Programs

  • Sales Process Structure Development

  • Consultative Selling Techniques

  • Sales Quality Measures

  • Sales Performance Enhancement / Coaching

  • Customer Service Measures / Training

  • Instructional Design

The biggest decision in your job–bigger than all the rest–is who you name manager.  When you name the wrong person manager, nothing fixes that bad decision.  Not compensation, not benefits–nothing.

Jim Clifton

Chairman and CEO, Gallup