Blending the art and science of Leadership
Leading others effectively, starts with leading yourself.
What more could you achieve by further developing your leadership of self?
Trust is the #1 determinant of team effectiveness.
How much more productive could your organization be if your teams were operating with high trust?
Culture eats strategy for breakfast.
How will strengthening your organization’s current culture ensure that you attain your strategic vision?
The Gasparotto Group helps organizations create cultures that develop highly effective leaders and build strong, resilient teams.
The Gasparotto Group provides public and private sector organizations with holistic leadership solutions through leadership development, experiential learning, keynotes, and consulting.
Practical solutions for all of your leadership needs at the individual, team, and organizational levels.
Organizations We’ve Worked With
“The learning and team building elements were well designed and challenging. I would recommend this leadership experience for any company wishing to drive a strong and positive team dynamic.”
— Matt Davey (CEO, Ticket Direct International; Co-Founder, Ticket Rocket; Director & Co-Owner, Otago Highlanders Rugby Club NZ)
“It was a humbling experience to have the opportunity to learn from someone with Mark and his team’s background. My time spent was absolutley relevant to my own personal development as an executive.”
— Greg Howard (VP Marketing, Christensen Farms USA)
“I am indebted to Colonel Gasparotto not only for this incredible learning opportunity, but for creating one of my top 10 life experiences.”
— Tracy Fast (Executive Health Director, FASTCO)
“There is no other leadership development program that connects theory to practice as well as Outside the Wire does.”
— Ryan Lalonde (President and Partner, MLA Canada)
“Mark and the Gasparotto group delivered the important message of team trust and positivity in a way that was professional, experiential and had the entire team engaged, getting along and laughing.”
— Tania Gonsalves (Principal, Holy Family Elementary School)