Roslyn Webber is the founder and owner of Seabold Consulting, a management consultancy specializing in creating a sustainable competitive advantage through people. She works with her clients to develop a talent strategy that aligns with the business strategy, is data-driven, and can be systematically implemented. The end result is a framework for constructing successful teams, empowering managers to unlock the potential in each employee, and creating the culture needed to bring the business strategy to life.
Roslyn has worked in management consulting for nearly 20 years. Her style is to listen, ask probing questions, then challenge leaders to think about issues in a new way. A great day is one in which a leader has that “ah ha” moment of clarity in what they need to do and confidence in their ability to achieve it.
As a business unit leader at Merrill Lynch, Roslyn experienced many of the same challenges her clients are tackling. She led a practice area with over 100 consultants and saw first hand the need to provide managers with a better way to inspire the people on their teams. The majority of her time was spent teaching her leaders how to lead others.
Through her partnership with the Predictive Group, Roslyn is able to bring best-in-class tools and workshops to her clients. She has worked with employers in a range of industries and sizes, from Fortune 500 organizations to sole proprietorships with less than 30 employees. She is based in the Seattle area and serves clients throughout the Northwest.
Some of the organizations Roslyn has worked with include: Transamerica Financial, Airborne Express, Evans and Sutherland Corporation, Town and Country Markets, Safeway, Kinko’s (now FedEx), Federated Department Stores, and Pacific NW Title.
Roslyn has an MBA in Marketing and Organizational Behavior from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, is a certified analyst of the Predictive Index and a certified Talent Optimization Specialist. She lives on Bainbridge Island with husband, two teenage boys, and much beloved dog. In her free time, Roslyn tries to ski and waterski as much as humanly possible.
Aaron Schmookler is a Co-Founder and Principal at The Yes Works, supporting business leaders who believe that their people are their greatest asset to supercharge their teams. He works with them to build structures, habits, and mindsets among the team that support an enduring collaboration culture so their companies profit and attract top talent, and so their people find fulfillment and reasons to stay.
While his career appears anything but linear — ranging from outdoor leadership to corporate contributor to theatre director and founder to teacher of theater and business communication — one thread ties everything together. For over 20 years, Aaron has been striving to help people find their own intrinsic motivation and genius, capacity to collaborate, and the fulfillment that comes from harnessing the creative impulse in us all to meet our purpose.
Aaron works with leaders across the country and across industries at companies including Microsoft, MOD Pizza, DiscoverOrg, Burkhart Dental Supply, SOG Knives, Chihuli Studios, and Textainer to make work good for people and people good for work.
“My Vision is to guide clients and firms to understand that why what they do matters to their employees, clients and community. In achieving their missions and visions, they will live up to their potential and help others do the same.”
Allison Raduziner is the owner of Pilchuck Business Consulting. Her background covers a variety of businesses with strengths in Aviation, Publishing, Wine/Beverage Industry, Development, Construction, Architecture and Engineering. The continuum is building businesses through 34 years of Business Development and Marketing. She has been responsible for securing millions of dollars of work for firms and coaching teams to win. As an executive, she has trained fellow executives and managers on strategy, leadership, teamwork, procurement and more.
Allison coaches firms to achieve their goals through understanding their firm’s and employees’ strengths and planning for economic fluctuations. Clients who want to achieve greater goals seek out Allison’s expertise. Allison is a firm believer that whatever the big problems are that exist at the top of a firm tend to be the biggest issues for a firm’s success. She helps clients discover where their roadblocks are and helps them change habits that hold them back.
Allison’s experience covers Small Business firms through firms with revenues over $1 billion. She coaches teams in gaining work in millions of dollars. Through her extensive work in construction, she understands how a variety of markets function. This broad range of expertise help clients become more competitive and strategic with their work.
Firms Allison has helped include: Lydig, JE Dunn, Skanska, Kirtley-Cole, TGBArchitects, Magellan Architects, D&S Electrical, Valley Electric, Graham Construction, Holmberg Mechanical and many more. Procured projects include, Island Hospital, Icos, Suncadia Lodge/Condominiums, Kimpton Hotels, Hotel 1000, Naval Housing Smokey Point, a variety of churches, Davis Wright Tremaine Offices, Expedia offices, Benaroya Research Institute, Tacoma Glass Museum, Quilceda Vintners, Providence Hospital, Swedish Medical Arts Pavilion, Henry Art Gallery at University of Washington, Mukilteo Waterfront Master Plan, Snohomish School District high schools (over $150M), Lake Washington School District schools 6+ schools (including $111 Million High School).
Board and Committee participation includes City of Snohomish Economic Development committee – 19 years, 6 as the Chair; a variety of Economic Committees for Snohomish County Economic Development Council; Board member for Forterra (formerly Cascade Land Conservancy); Board member for EvergreenHealth Monroe Foundation. She is involved in many Associations as well.
Allison’s free time is spent gardening, boating, travel, cooking, wines, continuously learning, reading, exercising and spending time with friends. She was raised in Snohomish County and has deep networks throughout Washington State. She and her husband are moving to Lake Roesiger in part to host classes and strategic planning sessions in her new conference area. They also operate a vacation rental in Gilbert, AZ. Their constant source of laughter comes from their precocious black cat.
Dave draws on his extensive leadership experience to mentor CEOs and business owners throughout the Puget Sound and West Coast.
He helps Excell Members gain clarity, focus and breakthrough to achieve their dreams, by increasing their awareness about what is holding their company back and what will propel it to even greater heights. Through their work together, Excell Members learn concrete steps that support achieving their goals. Some of his clients hire Dave to roll up his sleeves and work alongside them to accomplish those goals.
In addition to individual work with companies from San Francisco to Seattle, Dave is currently CEO and Group Leader for his Seattle based business, Excell Puget Sound.
Some of the companies Dave has worked with through Excell include Gene Juarez, RAFN Construction, Cascade Designs and Apple Physical Therapy and Republic Services.
Prior to Excell, Dave operated several companies and has owned, sold a software and manufacturing company including:
Zat, Inc., a business-to-business application software development company
PTS, Inc. (now Emerita) a health care products manufacturer and distributor
Jet Stream, Inc. a catalogue company and distributor
Capital Access, Inc. a boutique investment bank
In addition, David ran a program for commercializing technologies developed by University of Washington professors, leading to companies such as Sonicare.
Dave received his BA from the University of Michigan, Masters from Denver University School of Business and JD from Lewis and Clark College. He is a past board member for NCNM, a medical school, Jewish Center of Portland and a member of the allocations committee of the Jewish Federation of Portland.
His daughters live in Portland, Oregon pursuing their professional careers and make David kvell (be proud). An active swimmer and rower, Dave lives in the Seward Park / Mt. Baker area of Seattle with the love of his life, Roni, and their two furry children, a golden retriever, Kodak and King Charles Spaniel, Sylvie.
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