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Who Are We?

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We are an organizational development consulting firm in the greater Portland, Maine area and we specialize in helping organizations throughout the U.S. deal with the challenges of change, leadership, culture, and strategy in the workplace.

We have designed customized in-house and public workshops and our programs are state of the art. We have 22 very active and popular programs to offer and we can design any program or workshop as needed.

We facilitate, train, coach, and mentor many organizations' top leaders, managers, supervisors, and team leaders to enhance their skills, while sharpening their developmental tools.

Our clients have gained comfort and confidence, and saved money by outsourcing their development, learning and training needs to Priority Learning. As a staff, we have learned from our clients and passed that learning on to others. We believe that clients know what they want and need and we stand ready to serve.

  • The Learning Zone

    The Learning Zone

    Learning and change seem to happen outside of the comfort zone. When we are stuck, and restless, and bored, maybe that’s the answer.

  • Empowerment - the Next Steps

    Empowerment - the Next Steps

    Next steps in Empowerment. Last month I wrote about the prerequisites for empowerment, and promised that I would continue the conversation.

  • Empowerment:  What does it really take to empower others?

    Empowerment: What does it really take to empower others?

    Empowerment – what it means, and how to go about implementing empowerment at the leadership, team, and ultimately the organizational level.

  • Everybody is so nice

    Everybody is so nice

    Meet Josh, he's been a camper at Pine Tree Camp for 20 years.

  • The Cultural Equation

    The Cultural Equation

    In organizational culture, when one and one equals three, the magic produces both measurable and immeasurable results.

Priority Learning CARE initiative
CARE Initiative

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The word \"Empowerment\" has been, in our experience, a little tough to implement in some organizations. Which of the following best describes “Empowerment” at your organization…

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