Our Process

Whether coaching individuals, small groups or organizations, our process is simple:

  1. Identify
  2. Individualize
  3. Integrate
  4. Initiate


The first step in effective strategic diversity planning is to identify (ID) your long-term diversity goals and objectives through introspective deliberation and interactive dialogue.

We ask questions to:

  1. Clarify your diversity goals and objectives.
  2. Connect those goals and objectives to the fulfillment of your mission.
  3. Channel deeper awareness of where you are in respect to your goals.

TNG believes IDENTIFY is a vital step in clarifying your vision and focus.


TNG designs individualized assessments to help clients gauge where they are to better assess where they need to go, and how to best arrive there.

Our customized assessments (tailored for individuals, small groups and organizations) gather necessary data such as:

  • Culture & Values
  • Strengths Assessment
  • Opportunities for Growth

At TNG, we believe your journey is like a fingerprint: unique. That is why we combine proven methodologies and strategies with your unique “fingerprint” to design a success path just for you!


We present the information gathered in a format that is both palatable and conducive for achieving your goals and objectives.

We offer consultations and trainings to introduce the new initiative to everyone involved. In this way, TNG creates an oasis – or safe zone – where your team can ask questions, share insights and voice concerns for the purpose of constructive collaboration before implementation.

This step is essential to unifying your team and ensuring the initiative is embodied and implemented at every level of your initiative, small group or organization.


This is the fun part! We shadow you as you begin taking tangible steps that will change the trajectory of your growth and expansion.

Our team realizes that coaching is not always the solution, and is available to support you in tweaking the implementation of the decided-upon initiative until you find your “sweet spot.”