OUR APPROACH2018-09-18T20:37:24+00:00

Hawk’s Ridge Associates exists to unleash the potential of the people in an organization. We help them define a new vision of performance, enroll the organization in that possibility and partner with them to make that vision a reality.

Our Approach

We leverage our deep experience to help clients see their business in a new way, creating cross-functional understanding of what is working well and the changes that would take performance to new levels.

The Hawk’s Ridge Associates team guides the members of the organization through a process that builds momentum – and the desire for change – and then we help accelerate that change process through a fit-for-purpose, iterative implementation model.

Our capabilities allow us to use the right tool for the job, including change leadership; stakeholder engagement and communication; leadership development; performance coaching; process and management system design and implementation; key event design and facilitation; and program management.

Hawk’s Ridge Associates fields a small team with a bias for results. Members of the organization retain full ownership of the change to assure sustainability, with the support needed to implement at pace. People drive a performance transformation, even while meeting the urgent objectives of their ongoing work.

We tailor an approach with you to create ownership at every level of the organization.

Case Studies

A Revolutionary Way of Working: The Cross-Functional Nature of Success in Shale

Oil & Gas is at times a fast-paced and at others a slow-paced industry driven by volatile economies. Reacting to the market has been the downfall of many companies and David Banks had a better idea... he wanted to build a team to be proactive - able to respond to a changing industry fast as the markets dictated.

Transforming Performance through Leadership and Culture

A major oil company’s drilling and completions department was underperforming, even raising questions with the Board about future investment. Technology wasn’t the issue; they had some of the best in the business. The General Manager knew a different approach was needed – one involving EQ instead of IQ.

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