BRP Consulting is here to make a difference in workplace cultures because...
As a business consulting company, BRP focuses on augmenting team behaviour via culture and brand alignment. This involves supporting leaders of small teams who want to have an immediate and lasting impact on their people.
And it starts with values.
Lindsay Harle-Kadatz that is. Owner of BRP Consulting.
I'm a wee bit of a quirky human who creates clarity by making poop puns. Well...not really…okay maybe a little. But really, there are four things that you should know about me and why I do what I do.
1) Values are actions, not statements.
2) Listening - not talking - is what saves lives, so we must learn to listen.
3) Businesses are people too (hello...BRP)...we play with this concept for creating connection that produces - joy, accountability, bottomline growth, and a whole heck of a lot more.
4) Puns and analogies really are just. The. Best! when it comes to starting deeper conversations.
These beliefs - yes even the puns - are what I use as a business brand and mindset consultant and Values Vixen Speaker. A branding strategist since 2011, today I support leaders who want to have a positive immediate and lasting impact on their people, combining brand, mindset, process, and a wee bit of brain science. Where I once used brand for marketing, today I use brand to enhance workplace cultures to engage, encourage, connect, and thrive through joy.
Beyond this, I'm a Neuro Change Method™️ Master Certified Practitioner, branding specialist, listening student, author, mental health advocate, wife, and mom to two furry pups.
Since values are the foundation that I work from, it's only fair that I share my own. It's not just talking...it's all about walking my talk.
Curiosity inspires creativity.
Kindness is the way forward.
People are significant. Always.
Independence grows through accountability.
Humour shines a light where needed.
There are so many highlights of my career - both working as an employee and as an entrepreneur. A few that give a wee bit of insight into what's inspired me in supporting leaders and teams: