Supporting organizational goals and talent development initiatives
“There are no short cuts to setting your leaders and teams up for success.”
Kesi Howard has ultimately fused her passion, skill set, and professional experience to launch Structured Strategies; an organizational development company providing Professional Development and Management Training, and General Management Consulting. Kesi’s years of experience in middle management have afforded her a broad perspective on how to engage and connect with people from diverse cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, and different job titles.
Working throughout the service industry for over 20 years, Kesi takes complete joy in being able to impart knowledge that helps people and businesses achieve greater success. Her soft spot for helping professionals navigate common workplace issues is what grounds her and keeps her steady in improving processes and bridging organizational gaps. Kesi’s ability to create a platform of awareness, identify simple solutions, and build relationships can assist organizational goals and help enhance
the leadership skills of frontline managers and the followership of teams in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Her diverse professional background brings forth talents that are not industry-specific and has enabled her to successfully serve clients in healthcare, government, social service, restaurant/bars, financial investment, health and fitness, and higher education.
Kesi’s educational background comprises of a master’s in Organizational Leadership, a bachelor’s in Business Administration, and she’s a Certified Life Coach and Myers-Briggs Practitioner, in addition to acquiring several relevant certificates. Additional industry affiliations include; Association of Training and Development (ATD) as Board Director; The National Society of Leadership and Success as a Sigma Alpha Pi member; an Alumni of the U.S. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. As the CEO and Founder of Structured Strategies, Kesi expresses, “I believe consistently developing talent in a way that aligns professionals with a company’s mission should be allotted just as much time and effort as creating the next winning product. If you agree, this can be the beginning ofa fruitful and valuable partnership.”