Coaching + Consulting

Our Activating Change program helps you make lasting organizational impact through hands-on mentoring and coaching to keep the momentum going.

Here’s where the rubber hits the road. Learning design thinking is one thing, but making lasting transformation in your organization takes commitment and support. Our coaching package includes a two, three, or four-day Custom Bootcamp followed by post-workshop implementation support in which we guide you through the application of tools tailored to your needs, and assist with fieldwork and hands-on application.

Offered as a 2, 3, or 4-day bootcamp followed by 3-6 months of coaching.

We’ll help you transform your organization.

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Who is it for?

  • Leaders committed to growing a customer-focused culture
  • Mangers needing support to implement large-scale projects over time
  • Organizations committed to systemic change

Sample Outcomes:

  • Team members who are confident in their ability to tackle messy, complex problems
  • Breakthrough solutions to real-world problems
  • Transformed organizational culture

Design thinking makes you feel like a superhero. It’s empowering and deeply satisfying. Through my work with Designing Insights, I’ve learned how to build empathy, embrace the unknown, and foster effective communication.

Susan Edwards, Hammer Museum Susan Edwards

I highly recommend Dana’s workshops to anyone who wants to improve how they relate and listen to audiences outside their institution and colleagues inside their organization.

Robert Weisberg, Metropolitan Museum of Art Robert Weisberg

With Designing Insights’s expert coaching and guidance, I led a productive, high-profile, all-day creative ideation session for a team at WHYY. They provided me with invaluable insights and advice that made the workshop session a success.

Gabriel Coan, WHYY Gabriel Coan

The design thinking bootcamp was a turning point for my team. It solidified a way of working that is more open and transparent, and has given us a systematic and proven working method.

Lynn Russell, National Gallery of Art Lynn Russell