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Maximum Change Leadership and Business Consulting engage and develop strong organizations for the 21st century. The Maximum Change team are considered Thought Leaders in Business Operations, Organization and Strategic Leadership. We facilitate change through the design and implementation of strategies, strategic foresight and planning!
  • Setting Realistic Goals

    Successful organizations require great leaders who are dedicated to self-improvement, growth and a lifetime pursuit of learning. Successful leaders understand the importance of setting and achieving realistic goals and the impact their influence has on their followers success.
  • Develop Focus. Deliver Results.

    Maximum Change, Inc. is a leadership and business consulting firm that facilitates effective positive change by helping organizations, leaders and high profile individuals develop and implement strategies that develop focus and deliver results.
  • Consistency Delivers Results

    We strive to promote excellence in the lives of our clients; enabling them to understand and practice attributes of leadership at the highest level. Maximum Change will help monitor, guide, measure, administer and encourage our clients to take active and consistent steps toward reaching desired goals.

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3 Reasons You Need a Consultant

July 2nd, 2014

If you own a business of any size there will come a time when you will need some advice. Perhaps you have a simple question or a complex issue. Either way you clearly know that it is not wise to go-it-alone. While there are a multitude of reasons you might need the service of a consultant, I wanted to highlight three key reasons you need a consultant. Read more »

Where have all the employees gone?

July 2nd, 2014

In a recent Wall Street Journal Article “U.S. Could Face High Unemployment Through 2030” (Read Here), it argued in part that by the year 2030, unemployment could be as high as 11 percent. If you have followed any of my writing for the past couple of years, you would know that I had already sounded the alarm. Read more »