TAG Consulting

TAG – Our Promise To You

March 1, 2016

TAG’s promise is to partner with you to measurably improve overall performance and employee engagement through the development of your most important asset – your people.

Our commitment is to help you and your people see your challenges, responsibilities, and opportunities in a whole new way.

The sudden ability to see things clearly, and in a completely new way, is what organizations rely on to spark change. Like an aperture on a camera, TAG not only helps admit light into a situation, but knows how to focus that light for desired effect.


The purpose of an aperture is to admit just the right amount of light for a given picture – a skillful photographer uses the right setting to get precisely the proper amount of light.

Light serves a lot of purposes. It brightens things up, including morale. It allows clear vision and focus. It illumines things that have been previously hidden. It purifies, allowing you to see what has always been there in a clean, new, refreshing way.

As a unique entity in the world of consulting, we:

  • reframe – Offer the advantage of bringing an objective viewpoint from outside of an organization, but have a real talent for enabling groups to ignite change from within by aligning new perspectives to continuing challenges. We help people see what they have not.
  • refocus – Rely on innate intuition developed over years of experience to align, articulate and center energy in the appropriate places for optimal results. We come prepared with eye-opening analytical tools that help quantify tangible plans for transformation.
  • reimagine – Remain attuned to the energy and spirit in the room, knowing that listening carefully and reacting thoughtfully in the moment often creates the most dramatic of breakthroughs of all. The answers to your challenges are already in the room; we unleash your creative energy to realize new possibilities at the next horizon.

We’d love to help you shed light on your greatest challenges and opportunities as a leader, and to do the same for your organization. For more on who we are, what we do, and what we promise we invite you to explore here.

And we’d love to hear from you – please contact us here.

Do You Have The Courage To Reimagine?

January 18, 2016

If you had to “go away and dream it all up again” for your life or for your organization, what would be the fulfillment of that dream?

We’re really talking about imagination when we ask that question and that is because the discipline of Reimagine is vitally important in crafting organizational culture, leading change, and sustaining excellent performance. And building a personal life that makes a lasting difference.

We believe it is so important that we have made Reimagine one of the three descriptors of where we lead organizations and their leaders.

President Thomas Jefferson never ventured more than fifty miles from his home. In his entire life. Yet he had a vision for the western expansion of the United States that has impacted millions of lives. When he built his home, Monticello, he built it to face West. He imagined clearly what America could become.

And he inspired others to follow. Two of that number were gentlemen you might have heard of – Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Their famous venture to the West resulted in the Louisiana Purchase, which doubled the size of the U.S.

All because Jefferson had the courage to Reimagine.

The ancient fathers of the Hebrew nation were known for planting tamarisk trees. The thing about the tamarisk is that it is one of the slowest growing trees. When it grows into full flower, after many, many years it provides shade in hot arid climates and is an effective windbreak against devastating soil erosion.


So, what kind of person would plant a tamarisk tree?

A leader, that’s who. Someone who cares deeply enough to leave a legacy. Someone who is fired by an imaginative vision. Someone who dares to Reimagine over and over again.

Leaders have the courage to see beyond the immediate and beyond their own self-interest to the long term legacy they will leave benefiting those who will follow them.

What about you?

What in your life, your work, your leadership can you Reimagine in a way that will lead you to make decisions and set priorities which will live after you?