Entrepreneurial Innovation &
Organizational Development, LLC
"HiMac cares about empowering small business owners, individuals and groups. HiMac is instrumental in facilitating the growth and high performance of our client organizations by providing services that positively influence organizational efficiency, marketing and branding, sustainability, employee productivity, motivation, job satisfaction, program effectiveness, and personal achievement "
HiMac believes in establishing lasting relationships with our customers based on mutual trust and a commitment to excellence in service and continued coaching and mentoring. We provide small businesses, schools and school districts, and nonprofit organizations with professional program management rigor to ensure business objectives are identified and enhanced. We take time to ensure a comprehensive assessment is conducted during the initial consultation phase to meet your needs and minimize gaps in services.
HiMac is in the business to help our clients through coaching, mentoring, and training.
HiMac performs consulting services with the highest level of personal, professional, and ethical integrity. From starting a business, assessing a concept, board development, writing a proposal for funding, engaging new teachers, program evaluation, or simply fun teamwork activities, our consultants take the time to meet your needs and provide services to enhance, expand, and sustain your business.
Attend a workshop and learn more about our services while learning a new skill or enhancing your knowledge base. Workshops are held throughout the year and can be hosted by your business or organization in any city.
"I wanted to start a nonprofit organization and did not know where to start or if my business concept was truly what I wanted to do. I contacted the HiMc Center to coach me on the proper steps to take and guide me through the start up phases of getting started. They spent an entire year mentoring me and even helped me write my first proposal for funding a program. I've hired them again to conduct an evaluation of my program for effectiveness and programmatic gaps."