SPERO GROUP LLC
Spero means hope-literally and in our practice. We want to give hope to individuals and organizations so healthy change can happen.
We believe that through change you can experience your greatest periods of growth and discovery. The reality is change is hard. It can be uncomfortable and overwhelming. And in today's world, change is necessary, accelerating and never-ending.
We work with people and companies who are ready to move through change by developing skills and creating an atmosphere of hope and possibility. We want to help you find and develop your strengths and accept your imperfections (yes-your imperfections) and use them to become better, to become more, to become what is next.
Whether you are looking to make a change for yourself, for your family or you are an employer looking to facilitate change for your company-we want to be here to help you along the way.
“Angie was an excellent presenter to work with. She handled questions with aplomb and our attendees walked out of the session feeling more in control of their interactions with difficult customers. She made all of her materials available after the workshop so we could reference them and continue to put into practice the skills she taught us.”
– Erin Joyce, District Consultant, Oil Creek Library District.
Unique and effective program
CCR and ANR wanted to find a leadership series for their management teams that allowed them to grow both individually and as a team. We have found that each of our managers come in with different skill sets and management levels, therefore one training does not always work for everyone. The Spero Group’s groups individual and group sessions provide our managers with the individual attention they need. Although they are all working from the same curriculum, they are challenged to set their own personal leadership goals, explore their own self-awareness and roadblocks to being a successful leader.
Teresa Hewitt, Chief Operating Officer, Center for Community Resources
RECENT BLOG POSTS
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Leadership Development Series #4 In the last decade or so, neuroscience has revolutionized the field of behavioral health and has provided some much needed scientific data to help explain why we do what we do. In this session, we take a dip into the world of brain science to learn about the body’s stress response…Read More
Relational Approach & Individual Goal Setting This is our first individual session and we have three objectives- review the VIA Character Strengths survey that participants were asked to complete after the first session, introduce the relational model, and set individual goals for the program. At Spero, we believe that to succeed at work (and in…Read More
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This morning I am struggling with holding a grudge. The target is my husband. The details of which are inconsequential, mundane enough that most would be able to see themselves in it. So I will not bore either of us with the actual circumstance. It has made me think about the purpose of holding a…Read More
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