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Continuous improvement and change is required.

Learning Alliances Company partners with organizations that are interested in maximizing employee potential and growing healthy, vibrant organizations regardless of industry or size.  Once needs are assessed, we meet you where you are, point you to more positive change and observe the organization “dance” as you apply new tools.


The services offered include unique and customized “people skills” training, coaching, consulting, facilitation and motivational speeches.


 was founded in 1993 by Laura Cornille-Cannady.  Shirley N. Stelbrink purchased the company in 2010.  The company was initially created to meet training and employee development needs of small to medium-sized organizations in the Midwest.


Over the years,   has grown to include consulting, coaching facilitation, motivational and keynote speeches and training to assist individuals and organizations meet their business goals.  As   continues to grow, we provide invaluable skills and resources to individuals and organizations in the United States and globally.

“Thank you so much for yesterday! Our owner  was EXTREMELY happy with your seminar.  I think all of the managers thanked me for having you come.  The information was GREAT!  They loved the tools they could take with them.  And the role playing / practicing was VERY helpful.”

Mark Sterr
“We appreciate the value and skills that Learning Alliances Company provides us!  Our Business Development Department is utilizing the knowledge from the DiSC workshop, “Unleashing My Personal Resources”, to reconsider how we talk (words and actions) and how we can listen for cues in what others’ need from us.  
 Instead of incorrectly interpreting communication and questioning ourselves, we are able to provide more or less detail, and understand questions are for more detailed explanations in a specific area, silence is about internal processing…and much more.  This enables us to focus on communicating in a way that our clients and potential clients can understand.  We’ve heard “everybody sells” and we agree.  We also agree that all of us can “communicate more effectively” every day.  It’s not magic – but it sure is helping!  Again, we appreciate this specific training and the value it’s bringing to us as individuals and to the organization.”
Mark DeKeersgieter, Vice President of Business Development
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