Client List

Here is a sampling of some of our past and present corporate clients.

  • AAA Carolinas
  • ACIPCO
  • AG Simpson Automotive Systems, Canada
  • AT&T
  • Apple Computer Inc.
  • Acoustics Inc.
  • Armacell National and International
  • Bill Black Automotive
  • Carolina First, Greenville, SC
  • Central National Bank of Cleveland, Ohio
  • Chamber of Commerce, Greenville, SC
  • Chamber of Commerce, Spartanburg, SC
  • Ciba-Geigy Corporation
  • Coca-Cola Corporation
  • Computer Tree
  • Danaher, Inc.
  • E.I. DuPont de Nemours
  • Fast Fare, Inc.
  • First Home Mortgage Corp.
  • First Union National Bank
  • Girl Scouts of America, NC Coastal Plains
  • Guilford Packaging and Fiber, Inc.
  • Hendrix-Barnhill Co., Inc.
  • Hoechst-Celanese, Inc.
  • Hoechst AG The Netherlands
  • Hop-In Food Stores, Inc.
  • Huntsman Chemical Corporation
  • Inmar Enterprises Inc.
  • INSPIRA Health Network
  • Kaiser Aluminum Canada, Inc
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken, Inc
  • Mark IV Builders
  • Mashburn Construction Company
  • MEDNAX Anesthesiology Group
  • Meyer Real Estate
  • Ocean Creek Resorts, Inc.
  • Olympia International, Inc.
  • Peoples Bank of North Carolina
  • Pizza Inn
  • RBC Centura
  • Renfro Mills, Inc.
  • Republic Mortgage Insurance Co.
  • RiteScreen
  • Scottish Foods Systems, Inc.
  • Sara Lee Corporation
  • Seicor Corporation
  • Streamline, LLC
  • Triangle Bank
  • VIRTUA Healthcare Systems, PA
  • Wayne Brothers, Inc.
  • Winston-Salem (NC) Police
  • Wachovia Bank
  • Yale New Haven Health System, CT
  • Yale School of Medicine

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Thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment on 21st Century Leadership and the value it has added to our leadership development efforts.  The assessment model and facilitated sessions gave us a great opportunity to understand who we are and how we process challenges and information.  Several of our colleagues have continued to follow-up with you on their leadership development issues and in at least two cases, we have noticed major behavior turnarounds.

Richard D’AquilaExecutive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer
Yale New Haven Hospital