We would love the opportunity to partner with you; it is a privilege we don’t take for granted. 

The Upgrowth Group is a 100% Native American-Owned & Woman-Owned Business. 

​We offer consulting services, coaching, assessments, training frameworks, and reporting solutions.

​We develop dynamic training programs that focus on organizational health, ethics and compliance, risk management, people operations, and strategic resilience. Our “Inward, Outward, Forward” training framework is the secret sauce to our effective workshops.

We partner with leaders to assess, measure, and report on an organization’s health and strategic resilience plan. After all, you can’t manage what you don’t measure. We help our clients establish ethical reporting protocols designed to engage stakeholders, both internal and external. 

​We know it is all about people. Our coaching sessions help leaders assess their current skills and focus on opportunities for growth. We offer one-on-one or group coaching sessions. 

We facilitate group coaching programs that are very popular (we call them “Growth Groups”).

Our proprietary Red Flag Assessment is the perfect starting point for any leader ready to address organizational health. 

Are you ready to address red flags? Send us a message to learn more. 

Services & Solutions

We help you address red flags. 

The Upgrowth Group is a consulting and coaching firm

that helps leaders improve organizational health. 

We believe the heart of consulting and coaching is service. ​Our purpose is to serve our clients.

We approach service by being fiercely committed to two things: listening and transparency. 

The Upgrowth Group is a consulting and coaching firm that helps leaders improve organizational health. We partner with leaders to align risk management with organizational development functions.

We help you create a healthier organization by providing customized solutions and recommendations using data-driven strategies.

Leaders know an organization’s health is the foundation of its growth. But leaders avoid addressing organizational health because they lack an effective process to measure it and improve it. We can help.