We work with a variety of organizations and professionals. Our experience ranges from projects with many Fortune 500 companies to family owned businesses.
From first line supervisors in manufacturing to partners in professional service firms to CEO's in America' s largest companies, Olson Consulting Group is trusted to develop and implement innovative and effective approaches to harnessing an organization' s potential.
Recent clients include:
- Wells Fargo
- Land O' Lakes
- Bolger Printing
- St. Luke's Hospital
- Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)
What Our Clients Have to Say:
"I want to thank you very much for all your
hard work and efforts in making yesterday'
s leadership education
session a success. You certainly reinforced and assisted us in
continuing to learn key leadership principles in coaching, etc. It
was entertaining and a lot of fun to see the group respond in the
manner they did yesterday.
You have certainly brought to our St. Luke' s team a new meaning in having fun and to learn how to be a good leader. Our relationship with you has made us a much stronger organization to face the challenges that continue to present themselves to us. Thanks again and we will be in touch with you soon!"
Ronald P. Franzen
"Olson combines professional expertise with a practical knowledge of our workplace and what we need. We know we can count on them."
"I know Olson Consulting Group is going to listen and give us what we want. Sometimes we don' t know how much we want and OCG steers us in the right direction."
"Olson has demonstrated an understanding of our firm' s environment. Managing a professional service firm is different from corporations. Olson' s Executive Coaching has been of value to us again and again."
"Thanks for interviewing and evaluating me last week... You and your staff are most professional and courteous and it was a pleasure meeting you all. Regardless the outcome, I appreciate your time and effort as I start a new career. Thanks!"
"When good employees who have been working here a while start asking, "what's the deal with this test?" I sit them down and pull out their test results and read it to them. I had a guy who had been working here for 13 years, and he about fell out of his chair after I read him his results. When I read the reports to these guys, their eyes get twice as big. They ask, 'how do they know all that about me?' I tell them, 'although this is only one piece of the puzzle when hiring, that' s why this test is so important.' "