About bon partners
At bon partners our goal is simple: to help you. We want to help your organization achieve its mission. We want to help organizations build more effective leadership and help individuals strengthen their own talents. To do this, we focus on things that others often overlook. Call them the basics, or fundamentals. Call them transformative or innovative. We don’t really care. Whatever you call them, they are the building blocks to your success and leadership.
While our goal is simple, the work is not. Helping talented professionals build their capacity and grow their talents isn’t always easy. It can be tough creating new habits and trying new skills. It takes practice and patience to master even the most foundational skills. And that work never stops. For some reason, we sometimes forget this even when we know it to be true. Think for a moment about elite performers you admire, be they athletes or musicians or leaders. The most skilled golfers don’t stop practicing putting because they’re great; the most skilled pianists don’t stop practicing scales because they are performing around the world. The same is true of great leaders. To accomplish what we know we’re capable of, we can always build our core gifts.
About Eric Molho
Eric Molho is a talented consultant and trainer, helping businesses and organizations improve their communication and work together. Before entering consulting, Eric gained extensive business experience at 3M and Target as well as non profit and public sector experience at the Minneapolis Public Schools. He is a certified Fierce® Conversations trainer and a gifted public speaker. Eric has a B.A. from St. Olaf College and an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan Business School.
Here are a few comments from participants who participated in recent training programs Eric has delivered:
Most specific content that could apply to all size organizations and many situations.
Hands-down best session of the conference. Would do a full-day workshop on this.
Great, awesome, superb. Can’t say enough good things!