Navigate Forward is a Minneapolis-based boutique consulting firm that specializes in helping executives navigate change. We serve individual and companies that need executive outplacement, executives preparing for their next challenge on the job, and executives who are considering a transition to an ‘encore’ career and lifestyle.
Navigate Forward provides customized and highly personalized services exclusively for executives…and we offer a fresh and unique approach to transition.
What is your unique leadership brand that will set you apart in the marketplace? How do you network to create your buzz? What should your ‘encore’ career and life look like – is it about success or is it more about significance? What is the legacy you want to leave behind when you exit your organization? How should leaders be planning for a retirement transition that transfers their knowledge and allows for honorable closure?
We’re here to reassure you that, while change may be challenging, it most always leads to an unexpectedly brilliant adventure. When executives face life-changing decisions, Navigate Forward has the expertise and experience to be the force of calm in a storm.
This work is much too critical to have beginners at the helm.
We are experienced, ethical and passionate about what we do. Together, as managing partners, we have more than 50 years of expertise in organizational consulting, management consulting, career transition, executive coaching, and business management.
Because of our expertise and our deep roots in the Twin Cities market, we are uniquely qualified to offer clients access to a well-established network of relationships across a wide range of industries.
When the winds of change are on the horizon, contact us. We’ll help you shape your course.
To contact us, click here or call 612.486.5551.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream.
- Mark Twain