LeAD Clients

Clients

 

Our clients include both individual leaders and organizations, who are pursuing compelling social change. We benefit our clients through by providing integrated and evidence-based services that are targeted to accelerate the leader development process. To date, over 200 leaders have participated in LeAD assessments and workshops including members of board of directors, executive directors, program directors, and managers. Participating leaders work for over 35 different non-profit and for-profit companies from Redlands to Claremont to Los Angeles. Our clients include OPARC, The Advancement Project, The Boys & Girls Club, The City of Claremont, The Family Service Association of Redlands, The Boy Scouts, The United Church of Christ, and The Pomona Valley Workshop, Claremont Lincoln University, The Kravis Leadership Institute, The Center for Global Education, and The Getty Leadership Institute.

 

Client Testimonials:

“My participation helped me look at how I am as a leader in ways unavailable to me in my current position.  Since other folks from my organization participated as well, it opened up avenues for us to talk about leadership across people here.”

Chris Ringewald, M.R.P., GISP, Research Manager, Healthy City, Advancement Project

“From the bottom of my heart, I want to tell you that the day-long workshop I attended with the Claremont Leadership Assessment Center was the most productive and meaningful learning experience I have had, with regard to management and leadership best practices.  Even though the results of the numerous assessments were not available right away, I was able to immediately begin utilizing many of the critical lessons learned throughout the session.  By having access to several new leadership tactics, and by immediately (and successfully) applying them to my own job performance, I truly believe the experience has made me a better leader for my organization.  Thanks!”

Cher Ofstedahl, Chief Administrative Officer, Trinity Youth Services

“I found the assessment center to be a very interesting and challenging process in a positive way, and the report to be not only helpful but quite frankly spot on in its evaluation of my strengths and weaknesses.  I would recommend this experience for anyone who is interested in continuous self-improvement.”

Kathleen Salguero Trepa, Director of Community & Human Services, City of Claremont