DALLAS, TX – Sendero, a management consulting firm with expertise delivering strategic planning, technology enablement, and organizational effectiveness solutions, received 2nd place in the Performance Improvement category at the ATD Dallas 2019 AXIS Awards gala.

The Performance Improvement category recognizes companies who apply a systematic approach to analyzing human performance gaps and closing them. This recognition awarded Sendero’s efforts in its 2019 Performance Management Refresh.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by ATD for our Talent Management practices,” said Sendero’s Senior Director of Talent Management, Melody Mattox. “We value the growth and development of our people and prioritize setting them up for success.”

Sendero’s Performance Management Refresh allowed Sendero to disentangle growth and development from performance measures, clarify expectations, and streamline processes, ensuring that Sendero’s talent and operating capability is more equipped to meet the future leadership, industry, and expertise demands of the business. The project was executed by Sendero’s Talent Management team under Mattox’s leadership.

The AXIS Awards recognize exceptional talent development work in organizations across the DFW Metroplex and the professionals who are committed to developing an organization’s most important resource—its people. This year marked the third consecutive year that Sendero was recognized at the AXIS Awards.

About Sendero:
Sendero’s mission is to be the management consulting partner most respected for their people, culture, and the results delivered to clients. Their experts provide guidance in strategic planning, technology enablement, and organizational effectiveness across a variety of industries. Sendero is committed to partnering with clients to navigate the unique challenges of their business while focusing on designing practical, high-value solutions. With offices in Dallas and Houston, Sendero is focused on making an impact for their clients and community.

Sendero Media Contact:
Caitlyn Byther

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