Doing real work means finding Real Flow.
My name is Brandi Olson. And after a decade of working with leaders and teams at organizations from Fortune 500 companies, universities, and nonprofits, the most important thing I’ve learned is that a good strategy is only as good as the real work it generates.
This is why leaders hire consultants. It’s why they spend small fortunes on education and consulting and team building and conferences, and…and…and…
But again and again one theme runs through: At the end of an engagement, it’s still hard to make change. Why? Because leaders can barely tune-in. They miss pieces of great info, because they’re simply busy and the work doesn’t stop just because they decided to do some training with their teams. Then they wind up heading back to work even farther behind than they were when they started.
But what if you could learn, get real work done AND come out AHEAD?
What if you could build skills and solve problems AT THE SAME TIME?
This is what Real Work Done is all about.
“The last two and a half years of growing this sales team has oftentimes felt hopeless. No sales or business coach has had the answer to our problems and for the first time, we feel both optimistic and excited about what’s to come.”
– Founder and Sales Director at Marketing Agency
“I just wanted to share with you how much I enjoy your workshops. Your energy is so contagious! You just put it all out there and make everyone feel so welcomed and excited to be part of it. Thank you so much!”
– Program Manager at large healthcare company
“I cannot fully express how impactful working with you has been. Everyone you have worked with has significantly evolved their agile mindset and engagement. Your expertise is top-shelf but it is your enthusiasm for agile that opens minds and hearts to the principles. That is your superpower!”
-Technology manager, global financial services company
We have done real work with some really great people:
REAL WORK, TOGETHER
“Helps me improve human, team, and business performance, every single time.”
“Jargon-free insights that I share all the time.”
"I probably owe Brandi royalties for how many times I use her concepts.”