Our Consulting Expertise

We customize your solution to the needs of your organization, so each engagement is uniquely designed to meet your goals. This is just a small taste of the tools that we can offer you!

  • Lego Serious Play

  • Leadership Development

  • Conflict Transformation

  • DEI Training

  • Intergenerational Competency

  • Human Centered Design

Consulting and Training Distinctives

  • Exclusive

    Design Thinking, Lego Serious Play, Intergenerational Competency, and Conflict Transformation are just some of our distinctive offerings that will provide innovative solutions to your organization.

  • Authentic

    Meet the development needs of your team, while providing a positive, open, and honest learning environment that fosters professional transparency and trust.

  • Research Based

    Our team has decades of experience and training in their fields, and have tested and refined their methods with research based evidence to refine their practice.

Our Team

Executive Director, Community Institutes

Dr. Carrie Starr

Dr. Carrie Starr is the Executive Director of the Community Institutes at Roberts Wesleyan University and Northeastern Seminary. She has been a professor since 2005 and has been studying & teaching on the Enneagram since 2014. She is a published author, speaker, and blogger at www.adventurecarrie.com. Her areas of special interest include women in leadership, building healthy teams, and innovative community development. Dr. Starr is a 2021 winner of the Rochester Business Journal's Women of Excellence Award and she has been inducted into the Enactus National Hall of Fame.

Intellectual and Spiritual Humility Institute (ISHI) Director

Dr. Rebecca Letterman

Having earned a BA in English from Roberts Wesleyan University, an MA in Linguistics from Syracuse University, a PhD in Linguistics from Cornell, and an MDiv from Northeastern Seminary, Dr. Letterman specializes in the developmental power of language, purpose, and embodied habits (such as mindfulness and other self-awareness developmental practices) as factors of human connection and collaborative problem-solving. Dr. Letterman strives to help individuals and organizations discover the link between theory and practice. She facilitates workshops designed to help individuals and teams better understand such pragmatic topics as: personal engagement and conflict styles; power and inclusion dynamics; mindfulness for change; and whole-person health and development trajectories. She supports individuals and teams in learning skills of listening and clear expression of values - skills that help people discover challenging contexts as invitations to significant human connection as well as personal and leadership development.