Atlanta-Based Leadership Consultancy Positions Organizations for Success Despite Fears of Impending Recession

ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- Seeking to bring their talents together to help companies create "the best workplace," Jonathan Burman, Cornelius "Neil" Dowdell and LaBrita Cash-Baskett thoughtfully crafted a leadership consultancy aptly titled The Best Workplace (TBW) earlier this year. As some companies tighten their belts and lighten their workforces ahead of a projected recession, The Best Workplace strives to position the companies it serves for growth. Burman, Dowdell and Cash-Baskett believe that by strategically focusing on talent management, the pursuit of organizational efficiency, leadership coaching, and the holistic health of the organization, any company can thrive – even during economically challenging times.

"The Best Workplace isn't just our company name… it's our goal with every organization we serve," said Jonathan Burman, TBW Managing Partner. "By placing an intentional emphasis on the creation of a people-centered, growth-focused culture, companies will not only breed loyalty among their employees, but they'll create an army of company advocates and brand ambassadors all focused on the same aim – the success of that company. Beyond making employees feel valued and empowered, we take deep dives into a company's DNA. We determine gaps in efficiencies, identify potential opportunities that may have been previously overlooked, ensure the team is operating at optimal levels and encourage any necessary cultural shifts that might be hard to see when you're so involved in the day-to-day operations. By striking the right balance, it's possible to not only survive a recession intact, but to thrive far into the future."

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Fellow Managing Partner, LaBrita Cash-Baskett, pointed out that not all companies require TBW's full suite of services. Some may elect to focus primarily on talent management and coaching, while others might benefit best from a long hard look at organizational efficiencies. For those who elect to partner with The Best Workplace on their company's holistic organizational health, they may learn that other service components may be required to achieve their own idea of "the best workplace." She recommends that an initial discussion is the best way to determine next steps.

Combined, the partners bring more than 70 years of experience in human resources, organizational development, talent management, leadership evolution and communication. Rounding out The Best Workplace's leadership team is Steve Fisher, Finance and Strategy Capability Leader, who brings an additional 30 years of experience in consulting and executive management. Collectively, they have aided everything from small startups to large corporations – positioning them to scale up and succeed. Entrepreneurs and company leaders who wish to add their organization to TBW's growing list of satisfied clients can call 678-667-1275 to schedule an initial consultation. To learn more, visit

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