PCL Strategies is a people-centric leadership development, business
process, and human resource consulting service.
We help organizations and individuals maximize their potential.
No two companies are the same. Every company has a different set of needs and requirements.
We work closely with small to medium sized business clients to identify and understand the most pressing issues and develop tailored solutions that address each of their unique challenges.
When businesses seek to engage and motivate their employees, providing leadership development programs has become one of the most valuable tools that they can offer to their workforce. Our programs will teach valuable skills like team building, emotional intelligence, effective communication, effective delegation, and adaptive motivational styles that transform team relationships and performance.
Instead of trying to do more with less, doing things more efficiently and consistently can have an immediate impact on your bottom line.
Whether you need a full HRIS implementation, LMS, complimentary systems integration, or documentation and training on job duties and processes, we can manage your project from beginning to end or any part of it you choose.
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Welcoming new employees, introducing them around, completing paperwork and showing them how to start performing their job duties is just step one. What do you want a new employee to learn and embrace in the first week, 30 days, 90 days, or 6 months? How will you lead them through the process?
Conflict management is essential for successful teamwork. If not properly managed, conflicts can lead to team members feeling unappreciated and undervalued, as well as feelings of frustration and anger. Conflict management is about developing a healthy team culture where everyone feels safe and comfortable voicing their opinions.
Because insurance and benefits are complicated, most companies have a dedicated person who is in charge of communicating benefits and explaining them in detail. However, this person may have limited time, experience or knowledge. Worse yet, you may be outsourcing this to someone that communicates in jargon and technical terms or concepts that employees don’t understand.