Bruce Tulgan specializes in identifying hidden talent, risks, issues, and opportunities using our comprehensive assessment process.
We create a comprehensive talent dossier, profiling:
We help you…
…when it comes to making the most of your available talent.
“Bruce quickly grasps employees’ motivations and their capacity to perform and develops solutions for creating positive change.”
– Craig Anderson, CFO, Operation Smile;
CFO, HJF for the Advancement of Military Medicine (1993-2017)
We start by understanding your objectives, so we can align our process with your needs. Next, our team will conduct a basic situation analysis, and recommend options and next steps. We conduct an initial intake process including one-on-one meetings with key decision makers, and a review of any relevant documentation.
We provide a written and verbal analysis of staffing structure and personnel issues, risks, and opportunities, as well as:
We will help you develop a custom solution for your particular personnel needs.
We work with your team to gather data using 5 primary tools of inquiry:
Our comprehensive written report is a summary of the work performed and results with recommendations followed by the talent dossier:
Bruce provides briefings in the form of meetings with key individuals throughout the assessment process.
After supplying our report, there is the potential to follow up with further advisory sessions, training, and executive coaching.
“I was fortunate to work with Bruce Tulgan during the transformation of the U.S. Army after the Cold War. He is truly indispensable to the change process!”
– Dennis J. Reimer, General, U.S. Army (Ret.),
Chief of Staff of the United States Army (1995-99)
“Bruce and his team helped our company to analyze the organizational risks after a recent acquisition in May 2020. His very detailed analysis and strategic advice gave us a head start, which allowed us to adapt and make strategic decisions quickly.”
– Anne Anderton Warren, EVP & CHRO, Mid-Kansas Cooperative
Bruce Tulgan is internationally recognized as the leading expert on young people in the workplace and one of the leading experts on leadership and management. Bruce is a best-selling author of twenty-one books, an adviser to business leaders all over the world, and a sought-after keynote speaker and management trainer.
Since 1993, Bruce has worked with tens of thousands of leaders and managers in hundreds of organizations ranging from Aetna to Wal-Mart; from the Army to the YMCA.
Bruce is the author or co-author of 21 books, including his best-selling It’s Okay to Be the Boss, the classic Managing Generation X, his popular Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Manage the Millennials, and The 27 Challenges Managers Face: Step-by-step Solutions to (Nearly) All of Your Management Problems. His newest book, The Art of Being Indispensable at Work, is available now from Harvard Business Review Press.
Bruce is a lifelong practitioner of Okinawan Uechi Ryu Karate Do and holds a sixth degree black belt, making him a Renshi master of the style. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut with his wife Debby Applegate, Ph.D., who won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Biography for her book The Most Famous Man in America: The Biography of Henry Ward Beecher.
“I hired Bruce Tulgan to assist me and my leadership team when I commanded the US Air Force’s premier Special Operations Combat Wing. He provided invaluable analysis and advice to help us understand the risks and opportunities tied to our most pressing strategic human issues in our workforce.”
– Greg Lengyel, Major General, U.S. Air Force (Ret.),
Deputy Commanding General U.S. Joint Special Operations Command (2016-2018)