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Houston, TX – If a corporation is indeed a person, perhaps a corporation can benefit from therapy just as a person might. This “therapy” could identify and address the fundamental challenges preventing an organization from reaching its full potential.

Cloud-Rainosek & Associates is a consulting firm specializing in transforming organizations and individuals through positive change in their culture and leadership. Lead by Jackalyn Rainosek, a PhD in with 39 years’ experience in counseling psychology, and Liz Cloud, a CPA with 36 years’ experience in corporate management, Cloud-Rainosek & Associates identify the behavioral patterns of employees within an organization and determine how best to “center” their lives and activities for the good of the organization.

“Traditional management techniques simply don’t work anymore,” says Rainosek. “When consulting groups are brought in by companies they typically set about changing their systems, but what they’re not doing is investigating the behavior of the employees. They ignore the habitual patterns, which is ultimately what needs to be addressed in order for the organization to thrive.”

According to Rainosek, one of the reasons American companies are no longer competitive in the global market is a failure to address these behavioral patterns. Using an inventory of 17 individual behavioral groupings that look at these habitual patterns, Cloud-Rainosek & Associates delivers an in-depth assessment of an organization, developing strategies that improve the working environment and, by extension, the effectiveness of the organization.

“Our message is anybody in an organization can be a leader,” says Rainosek. “The best employees model the values of their organization and inspire other employees in the organization to be better.”

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