ENSPIRA Marks Second Anniversary With More Than 600% Year-over-Year Growth and Diverse Team of Human Resources Experts

By HR Tech Outlook | Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Kurt Landon, CEO and Founder
LOS ANGELES - Enspira, an innovative human resources (HR) consulting firm, marks the second anniversary of its founding with substantial employer demand for its services, resulting in more than 600 percent growth year-over-year and a significant expansion of its consulting team of HR experts.

Founded in 2018, Enspira works with employers ranging from start-ups and nonprofits to large publicly traded companies across industries, geographies and sectors on a spectrum of HR needs, including talent strategy and planning; performance management; employee engagement and retention; manager capability and effectiveness; diversity, inclusion and belonging; HR optimization and technology platforms, selection and counsel.

"On our second anniversary, we're proud to celebrate what has made us successful, which is our outstanding team of HR experts who collectively bring hundreds of years of global, cross-industry experience to deliver strategic and pragmatic solutions," said Kurt Landon, CEO and Founder, Enspira. "Enspira has been non-stop since day one, working hard to make a strategic impact with employers, enabling the success of in-house HR teams and elevating the field of HR with best-practice solutions. I am incredibly pleased that our client reputation has enabled us to maintain a net promoter score of 100 percent."

To meet client demand and provide superior service, Enspira recently added consulting practices dedicated to serving employers in the Life Sciences, Financial Services, Sports, Nonprofit, Consumer and Entertainment industries. Enspira also launched its People Manager Coaching Offering for first-time and frontline managers, where a significant gap exists. "Often companies promote individuals into a frontline manager role without giving them the resources on an ongoing basis to succeed," said Landon. "People Manager Coaching can provide the ongoing practical tips and training managers need to address current global workplace issues such as the pandemic and diversity, inclusion and belonging-related challenges."

The firm also created a new division, Enspira Technology Solutions (ETS), which complements its core consulting business to address the critical elements of the HR process that are currently cumbersome, complex, time-consuming and high risk. By leveraging Enspira's HR consulting talent and expertise, ETS is creating accessible, intuitive and fit-for-purpose tools and technology platforms "for HR leaders by HR leaders."

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