Two Weeks is Here: ADI Launches New Web Site

Guess what? After many months of hard work by many people, we have given birth to a brand new website. The website was done in cooperation with What’s Up Interactive. They were great to work with and they did a super job.

Completion of the new site became a joke around the office because for the last two and one half months every time I asked when it would be up and running I was told, “Two weeks.” Not being intimately involved in the process, it was difficult for me to understand why it was taking so long. I see ads on email about getting these things done in a day. Well, when I saw what they had done, I realized why it took as long as it did to produce and don’t know how they did it at that.

The whole of our experience for the last 31 years is on the site. Wow! The re-designed website offers an easy-to-navigate experience for those looking to improve their business or their personal effectiveness.  The case studies, Insights, and media center sections offers the latest articles, case studies, and blog posts on topics that are top of mind and critical for business success. I really hope we’ve accomplished the task of becoming more than a website that describes who we are.

We want to enable visitors to explore real issues in the workplace and find something helpful in that search. The content is focused on demonstrating the many ways that clients can partner with us to accelerate the accomplishment of desired cultural and business objectives. I hope that visiting our new website in not the most exciting thing that you do today but it could be the most informative. I hope you visit and if you get the urge, let me know what you think and give us any suggestions about how to make it better. The present site is not our destination. We are still on the journey and loving every minute of it.

Posted by Aubrey Daniels, Ph.D.

Aubrey is a thought leader and expert on management, leadership, safety and workplace issues. For the past 40 years, he has been dedicated to helping people and organizations apply the laws of human behavior to optimize performance.