Who We Are and What We Do

For over twenty years, Juan Riboldi has consulted with various corporations and leaders across the globe in organizational change, strategy execution and leadership development. Among his clients are companies like IBM, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Cox Communications, Cisco Systems, General Mills, the Blue Care Network, Costco, Nissan and many fast-growing Inc. 5000 companies. He has also worked with State and Federal Government groups at the Department of Energy, the Veteran’s Health Administration, and the Department of Defense.


Mastering Change in 100 Days

Watch a client testimonial describing how the Ascent Process helped leaders at a fast growing company accomplish critical goals. The Ascent Process helps clients make agile improvements to take the organization to the next level.



Ascent Presentation Preview

Watch a preview of the Ascent Process at a leadership conference. The Ascent Process helps leaders more effectively implement strategic initiatives. We have distilled years of experience into this proven process for implementing strategic change and deliver applied, engaging instruction that facilitates learning-by-doing.

Webinar: 3 Ways Smart CEOs Engage Their Employees to Achieve Company Goals

How do you engage employees to achieve your most critical goals? As an executive, this most valuable insight can save you and your organization undue frustration and painful losses. At this Webinar you learn how smart CEOs engage their employees to achieve company goals.


Webinar: 3 Secrets to Strategic Planning Most CEOs Wish They Knew

Setting the right path for an organization to follow is arguably one of the most important responsibilities of a leader. Yet many CEOs and organizational leaders don’t know what it takes to create an effective strategic plan that drives results.

In this webinar, you will learn the three secrets most CEOs wish they knew about strategic planning.


Webinar: Critical Results in 100 Days

Sky diving. Bungee jumping. Implementing change at work. They all sound like good ideas, but who wants to go first?

When it comes to changes at work, most employees respond with a polite nod, a few clarifying questions and delayed actions. How can you engage your employees to fully embrace a change that is critical to staying competitive?

In today’s fast-changing environment, implementing strategic change is vital. Yet, 7 out of 10 initiatives fail to deliver the desired results. You and your team must overcome resistance to change, develop effective habits and focus on what’s right, not who’s right.