Six of Evoke Research and Consulting LLC’s consultants will be participating in the company’s Innovation Leadership Program (ILP) this year as part of the 2015 class.
Launched in 2013, the one-year learning program aims to recognize and further cultivate the management and leadership skills of high performing individuals within the service-disabled, veteran-owned, small business.
“The goals of the ILP are to incorporate top performing Evoke Management Consultants into the Evoke strategic planning process and offer them mentoring and training opportunities in order to design new and innovative ways to serve our clients, partners and employees,” Greg Blaidsdell, managing partner at Evoke, said.
ILP members will throughout the course of the program gain direct mentoring from executives within Evoke’s business department.
The hope is that the immersion will “further strengthen [participants’] resolve to maintain a culture that fosters employee growth,” said Jim Loreto, managing partner at Evoke.
The company announced in March that it had acquired Adrian Technologies, a consulting practice. Read about the deal here.