Helen A. Richardson, Ed.D.
Helen Richardson has over 20 years experience as a human resource manager, organizational development consultant, and career coach.  She holds a Master’s in Human Services from Lincoln University and a doctorate in Organization Development and Training from Temple University.  Helen also holds a certificate in International Coaching Certification from the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, an Assessment in 360 Processes Certification from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL),and is a Certified Career Development Facilitator Instructor with the National Career Development Association (NCDA).
Ellen Greenberg, MS
Ellen Greenberg is an organizational development consultant with emphasis on change management, conflict resolution, team building, strategic planning and training and coaching. She has over11 years of experience working with non-profit, for profit and government agencies both in management and consulting capacities. Ellen completed Myers-Briggs training in 2004 and is qualified to administer and interpret the MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator).

Her undergraduate degree is in Journalism with a specialization in Advertising from Temple University. She has also received formal training and has worked as a sign language interpreter. Ellen holds a Master’s degree in the field of Organization Development from American University

  Carole Cohn, M.Ed.
Carole Cohn is a consultant who is passionate about building connections, collaboration and partnerships across traditional boundaries and silos. Working in partnership with clients to achieve their desired goals, she custom designs and facilitates processes that bring diverse, sometimes adversarial, elements of organizations and communities together to share their unique perspectives, explore their differences and find their common ground.”Carole brings her expertise in organizational systems, group dynamics, and creative design to her consulting work in team building, change management, leadership development, strategic planning and workplace respect issues. She is certified in the Drexel Team Performance Model and the Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI), which is based on Daniel Goleman’s work on Emotional Intelligence. She has studied and incorporated into her work the whole system methods and principles of Future Search, Open Space and Appreciative Inquiry.

Carole has a Masters in Education from Temple University with a concentration in Organizational Psychology.  





“The goal of the training program was to improve the core supervisory capabilities of our medical practice managers. The program accomplished that and so much more. It was the perfect mix of self-discovery, useful concepts and tools, and opportunities to apply what was learned in the real world.

“Over the course of the program, I saw our rookie managers blossom and our veterans find a renewed sense of purpose. Most importantly, I saw real changes in our medical practices as the managers put their new insights and strategies to work.”

“This was a very comfortable and inspirational course. I have been to some of the top motivation classes over the years and this one was the most informative and motivating. Even as an experienced manager the personalized guidance I received was priceless.”

“I was having a few problems with staff trying to get them motivated and on board with the running and team work of our office. With the training I learned to be more confident and motivated which in turn motivated my staff to do the best job that they can on a daily basis.”