The Nicholson Group, LLC (TNG) specializes in
the improving individual and organizational performance through the
training and coaching of current and future leaders. The
highly educated and experienced professionals of TNG use a variety of techniques and assessment tools to identify human performance gaps, analyze data to determine underlying
causality, develop intervention strategies, and thereafter design a
performance improvement plan that includes training and
education programs, experiential learning, coaching and
mentoring. In addition, the firm provides consultation services
regarding program evaluation, organizational design, work-flow
analysis, and related assessments of work performance.
Sample of the Instruments used include:
Behavior / DISC
DNA - 25 soft skill competencies
Emotional Intelligence / Emotional Quotient
Executive, Manager-Staff Management
Motivators / 12 Driving Forces
Teams / Team Building
The following are brief excerpts from selected instructional programs:
Leaders make decisions every day based on their past training, education and experience. For the most part the decision maker believes that the decision he or she made is the best given the set of circumstances. In reality, the decision maker often fails to consider the unintentional consequences associated with the decision. In this session participants will be afforded the opportunity to use a variety of decision-making tools. Guided practical exercises will aid in developing better decision-making skills and the ability foresee potential issues before they execute the decision.
In the popular movie, Remember the Titans, the story centers on trying to create a cohesive football team among teenage boys from both the white and black communities. In one scene, “during an opportunity to get to know more about each other,” one from the team Captains (Julius) confronts the other Captain (Gary) concerning his failure to discipline a player from his own race. Julius ends the dialog by telling Gary that “Attitude reflects Leadership.”[i]Ethical behavior is a component of leadership, and a failure to possess the right attitude about ethics can degrade the supervisor’s effectiveness with his/her employees.
What are the characteristics of an ethical role model? They’re numerous, especially when you consider that the characteristics of an ethical role model are similar to those of a leader.
This presentation is designed to assist organization leadership in determining their current level of preparedness to deal effectively with a potential Violence in the Workplace case. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), nearly two million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year. Unfortunately, many more cases go unreported. Research has identified factors that may increase the risk of violence for some workers at certain worksites. Such factors include working with volatile, unstable people, working alone or in isolated areas may also contribute to the potential for violence. Among those with higher-risk are workers who are public service workers, customer service personnel, law enforcement authorities, and those who work alone or in small groups.
At the end of this session, participants will:
While these examples are but a taste of the many programs the
TNG is capable of providing, they lend an understanding to
the richness and depth of the talent members and associates
possess. TNG can tailor specific programs and instruction that meets and exceeds
expectations normally found in the leadership, coaching, and
mentoring domains of training.
Other topical areas that show of the range of talent among the TNG team:
Self Development and Leadership
Decision Making and Leadership
Human Behavior in Organizations
Leadership in Counterterrorism
Insider Risk Management
Threat Vulnerability and Risk Assessment
Risk mitigation can be a complex problem for organizations to deal with, the ever-changing cyber vulnerabilities, active shooter and asset protection strategies only add o the complexity of the problem. The Nicholson Group has dedicated Partners, lead by Dr. Nicholson to assist in mitigating such risks. Our experience spans major spectator events, all areas of critical infrastructure as designated by the US Department of Homeland security and the threats associated with protecting high net worth persons.
Our efforts in this area include:
Timely Insider Threat Assessment and Mitigation
High Net Worth Risk Assessments in accordance with the IRS Ruling on “Employee Compensation”
Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Mitigation on Critical Infrastructure to include OCONUS
Executive Protection Training at one of the Nation’s best equipped facilities