We deliver practices in Thrivery. We provide robust services from within our frameworks structure, and work from the perspective of people to strengthen operations, programs and organizations. Garden Hill employs dynamic tools and strategies to develop people and address situations. We are grounded in financial systems, analysis, diagnosis, processes and planning.
Thrivery, /THrīv(ə)rē/ Def: the act or practice or an instance of flourishing, performing well, while achieving satisfaction. Creating impact, well-being, or positive progress. To Thrive and surpass expectations. The habits and practices of living fully; living in fulfillment.
Consulting to Nonprofits and Practitioners
Helping you to thrive
The right place to start: dialogue and conversation. Your situation is what matters. We listen to your ideas, concerns and thoughts.
What does Thrivery mean to your organization?
To you as a leader?
To your family, your staff and team members?
Are your clients, members and customers thriving?
How can we serve, through thrivery practices: your organization and your vision?
Let us help you get to your Thrivery zone.
we put philosophy and theory into practice—for your unique situation, using key tools:
Thrivery for organizations and individuals
Sustainability through Mutuality:
leveraging what already exists
Unity of Groups and communities
Social Change: Whole system approaches
Decent Work* strategies and planning
*Decent Work is a program of the Ontario Nonprofit
Frameworks of Engagement
Facilitation and Consulting, targeted and client co-created
Enneagram Facilitation, courses, workshops:: for groups and individuals
Leading from Within: courses, workshops, coaching
Rhonda founded Garden Hill Consulting in 2009, and continues to expand the expertise of the firm while learning from the changing world and challenges faced by clients.
Other collaborators are often brought in to address client projects, allowing us to optimize our solutions. We love working together this way!
What happens now
CoVid 19 changes a lot of Mission-driven work. So too, does our collective waking up to the realities of massive oppression of BIPOC.
Organizations doing work towards the greater good are reeling now.
We get that crafting a response to the CoVid situation becomes more difficult. Difficult because we must respond while simultaneously reading the situation and interpreting its impact. We can help with: situational assessments, financial analysis, and general planning.
Garden Hill is working alongside The Kaleidoscope Institute over the next few months to deliver a well-designed approach for healing divides, addressing polarization, and advancing anti-racism through dialogue and building up communities. Stay tuned for more.
Sometimes an objective viewpoint can get us out of the weeds and back to seeing clearly. Let us help create your next normal and bring Thrivery back to your context.
We want to connect. Please let us know what interests you or how we might work together.