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    Miles & Stockbridge P.C.

    Navigating Change Miles & Stockbridge, PC, a mid-Atlantic law firm based in Baltimore, MD, recognized the need to prepare the firm for the future in light of changes in the law sector and the eventual retirement of a senior partner who had provided leadership for many years. The firm sought a partner to help them […]


    Avalere Health

    Navigating Growth Avalere Health, a leading health care consultancy in Washington, D.C. engaged Nebo in early 2015 to provide leadership development programs to help Avalere develop and retain top talent at the firm during a period of intense growth and change. Approach Nebo collaborated with the SVP of HR and her team to design, plan […]

    Oneness Family School

    Building Organizational Sustainability and Meaningful Growth Oneness-Family School (OFS) is a private international Montessori School in the DC-Metro region that fosters the growth of the whole person, encompassing physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual development. OFS sought a partner to help them transform from an “organically grown”, founder-led school to a sustainable model institution led by […]

    U.S. Government Agency (finance and legal)

    Building Leadership Capacity Approach The Nebo Company worked closely with the agency to design and deliver an integrated, experiential, and individualized leadership program. Nebo designed a cohort-style program that brought together leading edge concepts, expert instruction, and individualized advising. By combining full-day and half-day applied leadership workshops,  practical take-aways and experiential activities, and one-on-one leadership […]

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