We provide products and services that support the growth and development of individuals, teams/groups, and organizations desiring to enhance, develop, or transform capabilities to achieve desired outcomes.
We believe the most powerful force in the world is love and desire that our business activities positively impacts society and the world.
We approach business from an abundance mindset – abundance of wealth, resources, opportunities, and possibilities. There is more than enough to accommodate success for all.
We are ethical and are transparent in our business dealings.
We are authentic, trustworthy, honest, optimistic, and passionate about business and those it touches.
We believe in providing quality products and services.
We value our clients and are committed to providing excellent customer service.
We look for opportunities for strategic collaboration.
We believe in giving back a percentage of our profits to support efforts that improve the wellbeing of the least fortunate.
Our values are based in the Christian faith.
Leadership – Dr. Elaine Newton, DM/OL, MS-HRMD, CLC, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Elaine Newton is president and CEO of eNewton LLC. Dr. Newton brings her over 25 years of professional experience to her work with clients. She offers a blend of her experience as educator; military and federal leader, OD consultant, executive coach, trainer/facilitator, author, and speaker. Her expertise includes working with senior/executive leaders, mid-level leaders and supervisors to develop competencies in such areas as diversity and inclusion, interpersonal and business skills; team building, and leadership and organizational development. In addition, she has successfully facilitated change efforts in private, nonprofit, and public organizations.
Dr. Newton has over seven years of federal government experience serving in roles as Senior Workforce Planner and Analyst, Training Specialist, Supervisor, and Training Manager. Prior to federal service, she was a consultant specializing in human capital and organizational development; a corporate trainer of leadership programs, Safeco Insurance Company, and adjunct faculty for the University of Phoenix’s business management and MBA programs. In addition, Dr. Newton, a 20-year decorated US Army veteran and graduate of the US Army Command Sergeants Major Academy, served in various leadership and logistician roles in the United States and abroad. Key roles include platoon sergeant, leadership training instructor, Drill Sergeant, First Sergeant, senior logistician for theater operations in the country of Korea, and Total Quality Management Advisor to the Ft. Lewis, Washington post commander.
Dr. Newton has a Doctor of Management degree in Organizational Leadership, University of Phoenix; a MS in Human Resources Management and Development, Chapman University; and BS in Management Studies from the University of Maryland University College. She is a Competent Toastmaster, international conference speaker, author, mentor and certified federal and ICF coach. She holds numerous training and organizational development certifications. An organizational leadership enthusiast, Dr. Newton is passionate about mobilizing and developing the individual and collective talent, skills, and capabilities to realize both personal and organizational success.
Publications – Newton, E. (2012). Exploration of Follower Perceptions of Leadership Effectiveness: A Grounded Study of Leadership in Governmental Organizations. ProQuest LLC. Ann Arbor, MI.
Newton, E. (2015). Navigating Apostolic Change: Repositioning the Church for 21st Century Ministry.
Newton, E. and Sims, D. (August 2016). Five Strategies for Transforming Talent Development in Government Agencies. The Public Manager. Association for Talent Development.
Presentations – Newton, E and Sims, D. (May 7, 2014). Shrinking Budgets, Rising Expectations: Innovations for High Impact Leadership Program Development. ASTD 2014 International Conference and Exposition, Washington, DC.
Newton, E. and Mahon, C. (February 26, 2016). MLS. 3.0: Mastering a New Kind of Intellectual Smarts. 2016 Association for Clinical Laboratory Specialists. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Newton, E. and Sims D. (May 23, 2016). Business as Usual Isn’t Enough: Transforming Talent Development in Government. 2016 Association for Talent Development International Conference. Denver, Colorado.
Newton, E. (May 24, 2017) Presidential Transition: And the Winner is… Talent Development! 2017 Association for Talent Development International Conference. Denver, Colorado.