Caleb believes in thoughtful engagements that honor the complexity of organizations, allow for rapid response to opportunities, increase the capacity of his clients, and amplify mission and brand.
A TYPICAL ENGAGEMENT IS STRUCTURED IN THE FOLLOWING WAY:
(1) SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
An engagement begins with a situational analysis that includes interviewing key team members and other stakeholders, reviewing relevant artifacts and documents, and reporting back with distilled learnings and suggestions for next steps.
This phase allows for a deeper and wider understanding of current dynamics and systems and is ideally scheduled as a 1-2 week sprint in order to quickly move forward.
(2) PROJECT DESIGN
From there, Caleb works with his clients to design the scope, scale, and schedule of the project and reaffirm goals and key metrics based on learning in phase one.
This phase allows for cohesion and focus between Caleb and the client team he’s engaging with.
(3) STRATEGIC CAPACITY BUILDING
Based on the type of client, Caleb then provides and works to build strategic capacity.
/For Growing and Changing Companies, he engages at three levels:
Individual - through coaching and advising.
Team - through training and facilitation.
Organization - through systems design.
Within these levels, he integrates four key components of the company:
/For Creative Agencies and Teams, Caleb partners with his clients to support their own client work while building internal capacity to execute at higher levels and in new disciplines.
/For Multi-stakeholder Groups, Caleb facilitates important conversations, clarifies vision, and focuses ongoing collaboration over time.
This phase allows for immediate strategic direction and supports longer term capacity within the company, team, or group.
(4) ONGOING SUPPORT AND ADVISING
After the initial project scope is executed, Caleb provides ongoing support and advising to leadership teams and other key team members and stakeholders.
This phase allows for continued learning and adaptation over time.