General Manager, The Club at Old Hawthorne
Loriana’s deep knowledge of the Strength’s Assessment was apparent in the first conversation we had. The training she delivered was catered specifically to our team. We took away a lot from the exercises and still incorporate the principles into our everyday work.
Human Resource Director, Flat Branch Home Loans
With Loriana’s counsel, in a very short time our staff began a transformation to a strong team. She has helped staff to better understand their own strengths, improve awareness and value each other’s strengths, and use a strength based approach to build work teams and facilitate strong staff leadership in the work of our mission.
former Executive Director, Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments
THANK YOU for sharing your time to present to our 2016 Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge class! Our leaders enjoyed your half-day training on Strengths-Based Leadership! Thank you so much for taking part in our program this year.
Executive Director, Greater Missouri Leadership Foundation
It was an eye-opening workshop for me. I realized that I do have strengths that I did not see as a strength before or didn’t know I even had it. Secondly, I learned how could I further explore them professionally. Now, I not only acknowledge my strengths but it was also a wake-up call on how to go about future career development/opportunities that will enable me to leverage them to successfully contribute to a team.
Postdoctoral Associate, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Locker Room and Custodial Manager, The Club At Old Hawthorne
I attended [your workshop] at Danforth Center and I wanted to personally email you and thank you for your discussion. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from the meeting and it ended up being the most useful meeting I have attended this entire year! Not only was your message and advice a major eye opening experience, I think the major contributor to that was how you conducted the meeting and your presentation style.
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center