Practices and Services

We align collaborative approaches and design each project to meet the client's situation. The events of 2020 compel us to be especially focused on demand for planning and road mapping; emerging leadership challenges and changing social sector realities. Data capture, analysis and key metrics underly much of the work.  Below are the primary focus areas.

Framework on Thrivery:
the concepts

Mission Driven focus

Team Health; Decent Work* strategies

Sustainable Systems

Right Resources: reserves, retention, deployment

Right Risks

Theories of Impact/Lean Impact*

Measurement and Metrics

Unity, Equity and Inclusion

Partnering strategies

*Decent Work is a program of the Ontario Nonprofit Network

*Lean Impact is a program affiliated with Lean Startup

Areas of Expertise
What we do: Offerings
  • Team development

  • Leadership development 

  • Enneagram coaching

  • Strategy/planning

  • Organizational

  • Governance: development  and training

  • Operational execution  

  • Bridge Building and dialogue facilitation with  Kaleidescope Institute*

*Kaleidescope Institute for diverse and sustainable communities

Addiction Services 


Art Education



Consumer Energy  Conservation

Elder Services

Empowerment for Women & Girls

Faith-based Agencies/communities

Gun Fire Epidemic/Violence

Human and Family Services

International Development


Personal Growth and development

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.

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