Creating Resilience to Change
Harvest the full benefits of transformational change.
Process-focused improvements to take your organization a new echelon of performance.
We give our clients, employees and our community the Power to Transform. In fact, for our clients, we are their go-to resource for navigating complex change.
We pride ourselves on our human-centered approach, and at Evans, our people are our product. Many companies feature their executives on their homepage, but the core of how we deliver great results is our people. Meet some of our team below:
We are all about relationships, and here’s what our clients, partners and employees have to say.
What else would you do if you knew you could not fail?
The core of how we deliver great results is our people. Everyone is going to say their people are their unique element but our people really are.
Other consulting firms can be very competitive and that’s not enjoyable. Evans has a lot of creative people and a lot of creative people willing to work together and build on each other’s ideas and enhance each other’s ideas. Evans people all have a very good work ethic in terms of doing things for the client and remaining connected to Evans and one another.
One of the things I’ve noticed in the growth of the company is that we have really exceptional people who come on board with a lot of energy and passion. I want to make sure that as we continue to grow, we are keeping that flame lit and constantly fueling individual fires while we fuel the fires of our company.
The leading Human-Centered Solutions consulting firm imparts its expertise to boost organizational evolution, backed by a first-in-the-industry Outcome Guarantee
A Memo to Coach K By Sean Miller The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio have arrived, and with them, my excitement for the three-weeks that will capture the hearts and minds of sports fans all over the world.
For the leading Human-Centered Solutions consulting firm, 2016 honors are well-deserved recognition for its ability to create “the Evans ROI”
By Beth Zimmerman Leadership. In the organizational context, this phrase typically refers to a select group of people with titles such as CEO, vice president, director, and manager. At Evans, we embrace a broader concept of leadership, one that asserts that leadership is for the many, not the few.
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