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Taking Your Business to
the Next Level

About Us

Spectre Six's consulting services aims to help organizations and individuals  become behaviorally agile by inspiring them to operate autonomously and utilize all available means to achieve their goals, including leveraging the latest technology and tools. By doing so, our clients are equipped to handle complex and sensitive situations that traditional methods cannot effectively address. This allows them to tackle challenging problems and overcome difficult obstacles while still maintaining the integrity of their business relationships.

By becoming Behavior Hackers, our clients will be equipped to handle any challenge that comes their way, whether it be in their personal or professional lives.



Organizational Consulting

Organizational consulting is a process in which an outside consultant works with an organization to help it improve its overall performance and effectiveness. This can involve a range of activities, such as analyzing the organization's structure and culture, identifying areas where improvements can be made, and developing strategies to address those areas.


1-on-1 Consulting

One-on-one organizational consulting, as the name suggests, involves working directly with an individual within the organization, such as a manager or executive, to provide tailored guidance and support.

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Mentorship is a relationship between a more experienced or knowledgeable person (the mentor) and a less experienced or knowledgeable person (the mentee). The mentor provides guidance, support, and advice to the mentee as they navigate their personal and professional development.


We believe in building organizational ethics and company culture into business and financial models to ensure viability and sustainability of ethical operations.

Organizational ethics refers to the fusion of clinical and business ethics. They are a product of available resources, and live at the intersection of management practices, policy, and organizational systems from which clinical standards and practices are a direct output.

While a lot of this can be tackled at the individual provider level, we understand that providers operate within an ecosystem - standards, regulations, funding. Part of a long term solution requires a collective approach to systemic industry and regional issues that together comprise that ecosystem.

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