Change strategist engaging individuals and organizations in positive transformation
Building fluid and high-performing organizations for the future
That are life-giving and affirming
Leaders who care
Healthy individuals growing healthy companies
An environment of mutual trust
Where organization members feel heard
The kinds of organizations we work with
County and municipal governments turn to Jim when it’s time to craft a fresh strategy, develop leadership, build teamwork or retool an organization-wide vision with the input of all members. He facilitates connection and communication so public organizations can effectively work together to serve their communities.
Jim brings his singular vision and approach to a broad range of industries including banking, insurance, manufacturing, faith-based organizations, colleges, retail, NGOs and property management.
International consulting is a special passion of Jim’s, and he has worked to craft effective change management strategies for non-profit hospitals in Bolivia, Ghana, Ecuador and other developing countries.
Dr. Jim Maddox
Known for his passion, humor and engaging style, Jim is not your typical business consultant. With over two decades of experience as an organizational development consultant and professor, he helps businesses of all sizes mindfully create their futures, working at the level of both the individual and the organization.
Chatting About Change, latest podcast episode
My guest, Michael Clifford, combines a unique skill with his expertise in zoo science and organization development & change. He currently serves as the Curator of Innovation and Partnerships for GLMV Architecture, a creative design firm and is also the Executive Director at Capacity Ministries. We discuss how he leverages his passions and skills to guide zoos, conservation-type organizations and other unique organizations, to effectively manage change.
Latest from the blog
It’s interesting where your mind wanders when you are traveling on an open highway. Thoughts of the weather, the rustling of the wind around the car, getting lost in random thoughts. Wondering where the last 50 plus years have gone. Some memories leaking from the...
I remember years ago when my middle son, David, came home from kindergarten in tears because someone had called him a name. His mom, trying to console him, said, “Those are just words, they can’t hurt you.” David innocently replied, “But they do.” His innocence...
Anyone who has studied strategy is familiar with Michael Porter’s 5 Forces of Competition. It is part of every Strategic Management Book and is the foundation of many strategic plans. Organizations spend a great deal of time analyzing their competition and devising...