In our fast-paced, constantly changing environment, it is essential that group interactions are effective, productive and collaborative. Skillful facilitation of meetings, retreats and strategic planning sessions ensures greater team synergy, clarity and momentum to achieve organizational goals.

Incite helps clients create open, supportive, and effective structures to address their challenges, needs, and objectives. As a result, participants attain a fresh perspective, clear vision for the future and innovative tools to move the organization forward. Follow-up coaching is provided to ensure sustainability of the process.

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Case Study


Client: SOME (So Others May Eat), Washington D.C.
SOME is a non-profit organization that exists to help the poor and homeless of the nation’s capital. SOME helps break the cycle of homelessness by offering services, such as affordable housing, job training, addiction treatment, and counseling, to the poor, the elderly and individuals with mental illness.

Incite was hired to facilitate an off-site retreat, focusing on reinvigorating staff’s energy about their work and commitment to SOME’s mission, vision and future direction. Other important objectives included integration of new staff members into SOME’s culture; creating a team environment not only within individual departments, but throughout the organization; and facilitating an increased level of communication and collaboration among SOME employees.

Client Testimonial:
“Margarita did an outstanding job facilitating the SOME retreat!  Her warmth, creativity and insightfulness created a relaxed and engaging environment for us to truly connect as a team.  Not only did we get to know one another on a new level, we were able to relate retreat activities to the mission and work we do at SOME, which is invaluable.  Margarita is an absolutely delightful, joyful individual and her enthusiasm about her work is contagious.  Thanks to her facilitation, the retreat was a superb experience!”

Incite International