Leadership and organizational development

I'm Dr. Ada Gonzalez and I work with leaders, businesses and organizations to facilitate change, development and growth through dialogue. Your success is my first priority.

Running a business has many challenges. Being a better communicator will make you a better leader. Often it's not a matter of what you say, but how you say it. Presenting your message effectively, in a logical, organized, and consistent way will facilitate your listener's ability to easily understand and retain your message.

Transformative conversations are the heart of leadership. Logos Noesis is a different name offering a different way of working with communication and change. I will help you meet your specific challenges and to align executive behavior to your day-to-day needs. Thus your business and your people will be ready to work better together. You will be more effective at:

  • Creating a culture of open communication
  • Conducting more effective meetings with actionable results
  • Implementing and facilitating change effectively
  • Interacting more comfortably and appropriately with international colleagues
  • Having more collaboration through the organization
  • Increasing productivity and revenue

You can be a better leader by sharpening your dialogue, and collaboration skills. As consultant, executive coach, facilitator, and organizational development professional, I use my expertise to help organizations and leaders think, communicate, and work better together.

Contact me TODAY for a complimentary consultation to discuss and explore your options

Let's Work Together!

Recent Posts

Leadership and change

September 3, 2014 - 10:01 -- Dr. Ada


Recently more than 120 leaders from all over the USA, Canada, and the world shared with me their perception of what were their 3 main challenges with change in 2014. I have already shared some of the results in previous posts. Today I'm addressing leadership.

Build resilience against “change burnout”

August 4, 2014 - 23:25 -- Dr. Ada


I have been sharing results from questions I posted about the challenges of change in 2014. when change is constant, and all change seems urgent, people feel exhausted and can’t seem to find energy to move forward. Our society is experiencing more change at an accelerating pace and yet our natural preference is for predictability, clarity and a continuance of the familiar. What can reduce burnout during change? Continue reading »