What Makes Rolfe Advisory Different?

    What is the value added of deep clinical experience applied to leadership and organizations?



    • A broad knowledge of many types of businesses and an intimate familiarity with the kinds of struggles and conflicts people face each day at work
    • A knowledge of unconscious forces at work—an appreciation that motives the feelings outside a person’s awareness can profoundly affect how they relate as leaders to others
    • An ability to share this knowledge meaningfully and constructively
    • An ability to connect with and work with people from all backgrounds and occupations by forming trusting relationships based on empathy and understanding
    • An aptitude for addressing interpersonal conflicts in business, family or family-business contexts
    • An ability to help individuals and families cope with traumatic events and personal crises
    • A deep understanding of group process
    • A talent for speaking clearly, straightforwardly, pragmatically, and comfortably with individuals and groups
    • An ability to diagnose a problem and deal with it urgently when necessary
    • An awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the intimate relationship—and need for balance—among an executive’s personal life, family life, and public business life.