Collier & Company works with large and small organizations who employee 10-50,000 people and have budgets that range from $100K to $6.4B. We lead companies in addressing comprehensive strategic issues, partnering with executive leaders to solve organizational challenges, reach business goals, and become more effective and efficient. Clients include:
Collier & Company engaged with C-suite and nurse leaders at Banner Health to lead, design and implement a participative, two-phased approach to improve nurse retention. This lead to a savings of $1.7M in RN turnover costs in the first month of the project. Banner employs 50,000 people and has assets of more than $6.4 billion.
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
The University of Arizona College of Engineering, with a $3.5M annual budget and employing close to 350 people, engaged Collier & Company to study the culture in three Departments. Recommendations led to improved communication, stronger leaders, and more engaged faculty and staff with improved morale and a common vision.
PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
As Adjunct Faculty of this $246M institution, we trained leaders of Pima County Public Libraries to help increase their capacity to successfully supervise and set expectations with their direct reports. This effort reached over 500 people and led to increased engagement, improved morale, and more effectiveness and efficiency in the main Library and its 26 branches.
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA HEALTH SCIENCES
The University of Arizona Health Sciences is the statewide leader in biomedical research and health professions training. Employing over 5,000 people and has a budget of over $1B, they engaged Collier & Company to collaborate with them to improve the leadership environment and communication. The sum total of people we worked with were responsible for and monitoring budgets that totaled $126M.
VAIL SCHOOL DISTRICT
This District, with an $80M budget and employing approximately 2,000 people, contracted with Collier and Company to assess the capacity of its Community Programs during leadership transition. Through leadership development, strategy work, and team strengthening, the Vail School District Community Programs stabilized, grew their programs and services, strengthened their leaders, and developed a strategy for organizational sustainability.
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA LIBRARIES
Central HR and the Libraries engaged Collier & Company to evaluate the Libraries HR policies and procedures. This unit has eight departments and employee over 200 people. The work quickly focused on culture, with outcomes including a transformed culture featuring empowered leadership; increased morale and trust; improved retention of motivated employees; and streamlined, efficient policies and practices.