Improving Organizational ​Performance

  Tasha Lester Consulting, Inc.

Tasha created an amazing training for our art consultants. 
​She was able to quickly grasp what we wanted to accomplish and had some great ideas on how to achieve our goals. She has a wide variety of implementation scenarios in her background that she could draw information from. The training that she put together with not a lot of preparation time was very well received. Another thing, she created our website and company logo. I now consider her part of our extended team.

Mary Mitchell, Owner
Gorgeous Galleries

Tasha created program policies & procedures, designed training for my staff, and developed an employee self-study policy guide. We were in need of her expertise to ensure we met all state and local regulations in order to pass NAEYC accreditation. Tasha is extremely knowledgeable, organized, and professional. She understood our needs and as a result we obtained accreditation.  We could not have done it without her.
Connie Acevedo, Former Director
Edgewater Early Learning Center​

Our restaurant was in need of Tasha's expertise to assist us with scheduling issues, insubordination and poor job execution. She conducted a needs assessment to fix performance problems and implemented a training just for my staff. With Tasha's guidance realistic action plans were communicated to all employees. I am proud to say that performance has never been better, turnover is extremely low, and lines of communication between employees is much better. We keep in contact with her to analyze and evaluate our progress in addressing performance issues. I recommend Tasha to help maintain a well-functioning operation.
Chef Luciano, Owner
Chef Luciano's

Tasha created curriculum for our school along with a professional development program for our teachers. She provided coaching and support to empower teachers as leaders and facilitated discussions on continuous improvement in classroom instruction by demonstrating the alignment of instruction with curriculum standards. We look forward to working with Tasha again. 
Dr. Mattie R. Shannon, Educator
School District of Palm Beach County

Tasha created an excellent training for my staff. It was well tailored and specific to our needs. We learned some important principles of e-Learning and already see how we can apply them in our work.

Natallia Velasco, Director of Human Resources
Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF)

Ms. Lester is passionate about education and is currently pursuing her Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership at Saint Louis University. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Human Resource Development from Northeastern Illinois University and a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree in Behavioral Social Sciences from East-West University. ​​


​​​​​​​Ms. Lester taught two graduate level courses at University of Miami, Strategic Management and Compensation, within the Human Resource Management (HRM) certification program for the Division of Continuing and International Education. She is recognized by the university and graduates for an unyielding commitment to their continual growth ​and learning. 

​Ms. Lester has Early Childhood Director Certification and has assisted many preschools across the country in obtaining accreditation. She volunteered as a YRead Tutor for The Gateway Region YMCA. She also supports educational policies and initiatives on non-cognitive skills within K-12 schools.

Ms. Lester was appointed to serve on the Planning & Zoning Board in West Palm Beach, FL and she served with honor. She played an active role in Chicago City Council and volunteered in her former 1st Ward with Alderman Bob Fioretti on community development and public policy initiatives. Ms. Lester is a c
ertified mediator within Cook County programs. She mediated misdemeanor, pro se, and branch court cases. 

​As a graduate intern, Ms. Lester assisted with the design, delivery, and evaluation of entry level training programs for the Chicago Department of Aviation. In 2008 she became a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), advocating for abused and neglected children within the Department of Children and Family Services.

​Today, Ms. Lester remains an active volunteer in assisting communities with neighborhood service interventions, economic development, and community revitalization. In her spare time she enjoys kayaking, traveling, reading, and roller skating.

The training Tasha delivered was enjoyable, introducing some very robust EEO procedures and processes. Our fire department had nearly impossible deadlines to meet due to scheduling and she consistently delivered impeccable, high quality training on time. It exceeded my expectations.
Jeff Poe, Firefighter
City of West Palm Beach Fire Department

Tasha Lester began consulting after obtaining her graduate degree in 2011. Ms. Lester partners with clients to create sustainable change through collaborative processes, working with stakeholders in diverse industries. Her inquisitive spirit, invaluable expertise, sharp intelligence, and ability to take initiative led her to become one of the best leading independent consultants around. She is affectionately known as the 'Cure to Organizational Problems.'

Ms. Lester's work involves assessing organizational cultures, capabilities, and alignment to effectively tailor change management approaches; designing and developing blended learning training programs; and managing team priorities, milestones, and risks.

I worked with Tasha to create a training for one of our Chicago locations. You know how sometimes if you're lucky, you find an intelligent, dependable consultant? That's Tasha - I'd never hesitate to work with her again, if fortune ever favored me with the opportunity. She has the right kind of approach, a great set of skills, and a generous attitude. I would definitely recommend her to any organization.
Pooja Gupta, Pharmacist