Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Engeniate serves C-level business leaders who understand that a prosperous business starts with energized employees who find meaning in their work and take pride in common goals. Through comprehensive team training, leadership development and a partnership approach, we help our clients build engaging and accepting workplace cultures that unleash individual freedom and accelerate team success.
What does Engeniate mean?
Engeniate (en – GENIE – ate)
From Ingenium – Latin for innate talent. Talent is a precursor or raw material of a strength.
From Activate – one of our favourite and strongest strengths, shifting people from knowing to DOING, today!
What we do at Engeniate
Partner with our clients to identify the results they seek, personalize the approach, and bring our ‘A game’ every day to achieve those results.
Assess, using our powerful toolbox of tried-and-tested processes, what our leaders and their team members are great at, what their core values are, what motivates them, what innate talents they have to contribute.
Facilitate hands-on, practical exercises where team members learn how to take that ‘knowing’ to ‘doing’ with actionable skills and plans – which result in higher achievement and satisfaction for the team, as well as the individual.
Coach our corporate clients in areas of leadership development, including how to leverage their strengths, maximize their human resources, and create a highengagement workplace culture where their people are valued, inspired, confident and productive.
What we believe
The spirit of service infuses and inspires everything we do and are.
Choosing to focus on our strengths leads to greatness. Dwelling on our weaknesses keeps us in mediocrity.
There IS an “I” in team! Individual excellence means sustainable team success.
Leadership is a choice to serve others no matter what the job title.
• Develop Management, Leadership, and Executive Skills
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