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A LEADERSHIP MODEL FOR THE TIMES WE’RE LIVING IN

January 12, 2022 | Continuum Consulting

Two years ago, as COVID closed in and crippled so many businesses, at Continuum, we started an inquiry into how to accompany our clients through such a potentially devastating time. We considered how to hold the pandemic in a way that might allow us and our clients to make sense of the rapid-fire changes that, yes, felt like waves crashing over us, one after another. The Continuum Leadership Model is the outcome. The Continuum Leadership Model With the new leadership model in hand, we reflected on our own organization and how we were navigating the continual challenges during COVID. We realized that our unfolding model wasn’t just a temporary leadership lens for moving through COVID, but a way we will think about leadership into the future.

Meet the Team, Kristin Salada

September 24, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Kristin Salada is based in Denver and specializes in facilitating Executive Team off-sites for small start-up businesses. She grew up south of Denver, but has lived in greater Chicago, greater Boston and near San Francisco as well. Kristin studied abroad in Spain and dreams of training/facilitating in Spanish someday as well. Fun fact: Kristin is also a freelance voice actor for corporate promotional videos, e-learning, company announcements, commercials, and leadership audiobooks!

Mothers, This Is For You

May 7, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Mother’s Day is coming up. The day we celebrate all mothers everywhere.  But statistics rolling in this year tell us that a quarter of working mothers are considering leaving the workplace permanently. Roughly, 1.5 million more women than men dropped off the job map due to childcare responsibilities in the past year, leaving women’s labor force participation at a […]

What Makes Continuum Successful during the COVID Era

April 30, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

The air was fresh, the sun was bright, and snow crunched underfoot as my dear friend and mentor, Steven Vannoy, and I set out on one of our cherished hikes along the foothills near Red Rocks Park in Colorado. We hiked and laughed and talked about life and our families and, as is often the […]

Living Our Values: Let’s Choose Love Mini-Grants

April 23, 2021 | Wendy B. White

Since Continuum was founded in 1995, we have been dedicated to giving back to the communities where we live and work. From the beginning, we measured our success as a company by the Triple Bottom Line of making a positive impact on people, planet and profit.  In December, we shared a blog that outlined the challenge of keeping […]

Introducing Continuum Micro-Engagements

April 16, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

Word on the Street The pandemic has hastened trends toward blended and hybrid work environments, and we hear the new trends aren’t going away. While technology has been quickly adapted, there are clear opportunities to evolve the human element of working and reconsider how we can better connect, communicate and get work done together. How […]

Continuum Conversations: Women, Family, Work and Covid Part 2

April 16, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

It’s tough for us to hear that during COVID, women have been leaving the workplace in droves across levels and sectors. We’re asking, and it would benefit companies to be asking, how can men and women with families continue to contribute their best skills and talents AND take care of their children? It has to […]

Continuum Conversations: Women, Family, Work and Covid Part 1

March 29, 2021 | Continuum Consulting

For the past year at Continuum, we’ve tracked the impact of the pandemic on our client companies, blogging about our conversations with leaders across sectors as they experience their own particular versions of the pandemic’s ‘novel unknown.’ Using our COVID Leadership Model to guide many through the predictable phases of coping with the unpredictable, we […]

The Mother of All Leadership Challenges

March 12, 2021 | Lisa Marie Main

Recently, I was facilitating a client video conference on Zoom. The speaker, a young woman charged with leading an organizational initiative, began to outline her project update. As she did, serious and focused on the audience, her toddler, dressed in blue pajamas with brown curly hair, climbed a wooden cabinet in the background. I gasped, […]

Daring to Have the Tough Conversations

February 19, 2021 | Wendy B. White

During Black History Month, after a year when the push for racial justice has been highlighted and accelerated in new ways, I’ve been reflecting on my own sadness that changes in our country, sought for so long, have not come easier. I am a white, educated, middle class woman who can freely walk into any […]