Toberman Neighborhood Center – after conducting a thorough organization audit it was revealed that there existed a highly dysfunctional organizational culture. TurningWest was further engaged to conduct our Culture Realignment process prior to building their formal succession plan using our Culture and Leadership Transition process. The client reports that not only are they much healthier now, but they are also prepared for both emergency or planned leadership transitions in the future. Activities, Recreation, and Care – this I/DD residential care organization engaged TurningWest for guidance in creating a succession plan. Quickly the organization became aware of its extreme dysfunctional board and culture and then engaged us to lead our Culture Realignment process before we completed the succession plan. The result of both of these consultations lead to a vastly stronger board and a healthier culture that directly led to a successful new Executive Director selection. This new E.D. was reassured that she would not be surprised to find she had entered a dysfunctional system but one that now knew its culture, had redressed many of its issues, and knew exactly what it needed to work on in the future. New Morning School – founded 47 years ago by the current Head of School, this private parochial school faced its very first leadership transition. The founder wisely recognized that a high percentage of organizations flounder in this initial transition, TurningWest was engaged to help them articulate their organizational culture was embedded into their educational philosophy. Our Culture and Leadership Transition consultation enabled them to fully articulate their culture and prepare it for new leadership, plan a thorough strategy for the highly emotional exit of its beloved founder, and ready the school to welcome its next leader.