Create a Ministry Where Relationships Thrive

Your organization is a fabric woven together by teams and members—by people interacting in big and small ways every day. The quality of those relationships determines what you can achieve.

Relationships can be complex, but the good news is that making your members more effective doesn’t have to be. Connecting relational intelligence with Gospel truths opens the door for the transformation of relationships. John Calvin was insightful when he stated, Without knowledge of self, there is no knowledge of God. Our wisdom, insofar as it ought to be deemed true and solid wisdom, consists almost entirely of two parts: the knowledge of God and of ourselves.” 


Relational Intelligence is a powerful leadership tool. Whether it be a Fortune 500 company or a small church congregation, relational intelligence is key to helping your organization thrive.


Develop Effective Leaders

Leaders must be developed, not just appointed.  Leadership failure is most often caused by poor relationship skills and a lack of self-awareness about how they are perceived by others.  Application of the SDI 2.0 to leadership is extensive and revealing.  Independent research has shown that Consentia Group leadership training makes a significant difference in how people lead.

Build Better Teams

Teams composed of strong relationships are less likely to have communication breakdowns. Focused on conversations where work gets done, teams with relational intelligence promote healthy opposition to quickly see all sides of an issue, so they can make timely decisions that produce healthy results.

Improve Relationships

When people discover what motivations drive their personal behavior and apply the Gospel truths to their identity, they get better at interpersonal relationships. The goal of interactions shifts to getting clarity—instead of being right—about each other.

Strengthen Marriages

Marriages are the foundation of life in society.  Divorce remains high in communities of faith and married couples need relational understanding.  The first place to apply relational transformation is in our family.  We have a commitment to build soulmates for life.