Fortress Strategy Session
Looking for some one-off support on an HR issue in your organization? This Strategic Session was designed with you in mind, and I'm glad you're here to learn more about it!
Do any of the following sound like they're right up your alley?
I want to find a solution to issues that I'm having with an existing policy
I would like some guidance on what to do about an employee issue (behavioral, emotional, etc.)
I'd like to learn some more about how values-based HR best practices can be applied to a current issue in my organization
I want to upgrade my benefits offerings but am not quite sure what is best for my team
I have a general HR question, or I'm new to the role of HR and would like an intro to best practices
If you're feeling a resounding "yes" then this strategy session was built for you
Your Fortress Strategy Session includes:
A pre-questionnaire so you can provide information and discussion points prior to the session
30-minute virtual call to discuss your HR needs
Action plan and summary delivered to you post call
One week email support in case you have any follow-up questions.
Let's clear away the cobwebs so you can handle tough HR issues like a pro!
Candice provides a sense of total engagement on the issues at hand.
- Casey Beyer, CEO Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce
I love how you talk about human resources. You make it more relevant and relatable!
- Darrie Ganzhorn, ED, Homeless Garden Project
Word On The Street
Candice Elliott helps impact-driven leaders grow their team with values-aligned HR best practices. She focuses on increasing employee retention, making work more meaningful, and of course saving $$.
Her background is in HR. She has a Masters in HR from Penn State, the Senior Professional certification in California and has worked in the field for more than 10 years. During the Pandemic, she supported the small business and non-profit community by giving 100s of hours of assistance to help meet the challenges of the changing world of work.
Candice lives and works on the unceded land of Popeloutchom, home to the Awaswas speaking Uypi Ohlone, recently called Santa Cruz, California.