Understand the Challenges
& Opportunities you face

Understand the
role that Trust plays

Create a path forward which
builds on your strenghts

Deliver exceptional
results

In Virginia

804-363-7342

In DC

804-306-3177

In Connecticut

860-857-3588

How Do We Work?

Our Promise

As a result of our work together, your organization will achieve a self-sustaining ability to deliver higher productivity, achieve greater organizational well-being, and build a strong, positive reputation.

We Achieve This By:

  • Tailoring our work to your organization’s unique challenges and concerns;
  • Conducting trust assessments to help identify opportunities for building trust;
  • Developing plans and approaches responsive to the trust survey findings;
  • Introducing an organizational language to facilitate discussion of trust; and
  • Providing coaching, consulting, and training for individuals and teams
  • Triscendance will help you:

  • Lay the foundation for organizational excellence
  • Build resilient leaders and teams capable of sustaining the well-being of the organization
  • Bring out the best creativity and innovation in your people
  • Build strong relationships based on mutual trust giving you the competitive advantage in
  •     today’s world marketplace
  • Reduce the need for cumbersome, costly and redundant processes, rules and procedures
  • Blend and balance competitive high energy and ambition with hope and fulfillment, so that work
  •     and play are complimentary ingredients for success

    Our Commitment

    We are committed to blending our expertise in a sense of wonder, joy, curiosity, and learning to help individuals and organizations deliver on their potential, and leave a legacy that can be enjoyed and built upon by others.


    “Self-trust is the essence of heroism.”

    — Ralph Waldo Emerson






    According to a 2005 study by Russell Investment Group, Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work for in America” (in which trust constitutes 60 percent of the criteria) earned over four times the returns of the broader market over the prior seven years.