With the pandemic having a toll on the American workforce, Fullest Potential Consulting, Inc. supports HR leaders who struggle to identify work culture solutions to reduce staff turnover, improve staff retention, and recharge their staff, particularly in the health and medical sectors.
We endeavor to improve a client’s workforce by assessing a company’s work culture to provide strategies to support its employees through building and strengthening relationships.
Our ability to provide solutions grounded in data with cultural insights is essential to our approach.
At the same time, Fullest Potential Consulting, Inc. continues to serve family caregivers who work for employers while taking care of elderly relatives. These "working-family caregivers" are vulnerable, and they are at risk of quitting their jobs with their employers due to being overwhelmed by juggling work and caregiving responsibilities.
Fullest Potential Consulting, Inc. helps businesses and individuals obtain answers to questions that are important to their sustainability and long-term growth.
We work best with businesses and individuals who are ready to move forward towards reaching their fullest potential.
Clients experience relief and achievement in knowing they have solutions to their current challenges.
My ability to observe and have rapport with all types of people, including working-family caregivers, has contributed to finding solutions for individuals, organizations, and communities in both domestic and international settings.
As an academically-trained cultural anthropologist, I enjoy helping clients identify, create, and maintain productive relationships.
It is about examining the nuances of relationships, illuminating different perspectives, that lead to insights which are fundamental to addressing human and organizational challenges.
This understanding was key in my dissertation on the "Organizational Life Course and Culture of a Community Coalition."
Before starting my own consultancy, I worked for both small and large employers in workforce development, new product development, brand research, market research, and shopper insights.
Some of my employers were the Florida Department of Health, NYC Health + Hospitals, and clients such as the Broward Employment Training Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and NYC Health + Hospitals/Home Care.
While working for employers and clients, I had the privilege of serving as a primary caregiver for both my paternal and maternal grandmothers.
I am grateful to have received my BA in anthropology from Barnard College, Columbia University, my MBA from the University of North Florida, and my PhD in cultural anthropology from the University of Florida.
In my spare time, you will find me listening to gospel music.
Dr. Sabrina Nichelle Scott, MBA, Business Anthropologist