What's good for Humans is good for business.
Work is changing. Gone are the days of “clock in, clock out” - attracting and retaining talent is about prioritizing people beyond their paychecks.
Leaders must prioritize investments in people & culture that intentionally build trust, create belonging, and inspire purpose & connection.
When employees are connected to culture they are more likely to be engaged, less likely to look for another job and more likely to recommend your organization as a great place to work.
This is our work.
Our philosophy is simple: What's good for Humans is good for business.
What we do
Our approach is based on one simple fact: We are biologically wired for human connection. Organizations perform best when they tap into the hard-wired needs of their people on three levels:
Self: Personal growth & awareness
Others: Belonging, community and connection
Purpose: A sense of meaning & purposeful work
We specialize in helping healthcare leaders use the science of human connection to build world-class company cultures by building connection competencies across all three levels. Our services include:
CONNECTION TO SELF
Higher EQ and self-awareness promotes profitability, productivity and lowers turnover.
We offer leadership trainings on:
Personal resilience & preventing burnout
CONNECTION TO OTHERS
Having strong social relationships at work is tied to increased retention, productivity & profitability.
Conflict management coaching & training
Values-based recognition programs
Team experiences (Inward Bound, customized offsites, virtual team-building)
CONNECTION TO PURPOSE
Meaningful work is linked to higher engagement, retention and productivity.
We help design & deliver:
Vision, Mission & Values
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Hi! We're Julia (left) and Lindsey (right), the humans behind capital H.
We're sisters, consultants, facilitators and co-founders of capital H.
We bring over 30 years of collective experience in public health, psychobiology, analytics and management training from ivy league academia, global non-profits and Fortune 500 companies to transform company cultures through programs grounded in organizational insights and human biology.
We are inspired by what’s possible when we harness the power of human connection to transform the world of work and the world we live in.
Lindsey Coit, MPH
Co-Founder and Principal Consultant
Lindsey is a consultant and leadership coach. She has spent her career working alongside CEOs, CHROs, and CIOs in digital health leading large-scale partnerships, building high-performing teams and coaching C-level executives. Most recently she worked with top global Private Equity firms to develop solutions to today’s most pressing organizational challenges, including the transition to remote / hybrid work, virtual engagement strategies, and DEI initiatives. She is known for her disarming, authentic leadership style, critical problem-solving skills, and big-picture thinking.
Lindsey studied Anthropology and Economics at Connecticut College, and earned her MPH in Health Policy & Management at Columbia University. She is a certified Predictive Index practitioner.
Lindsey lives in Maine with her yellow lab, June. In her free time you can find her hiking, experimenting with gluten-free baking, and playing Billy Joel on the piano.
Julia Coit, MPH
Co-Founder and Principal Consultant
Julia is a consultant and strategic advisor to executives in biopharmaceutical start-ups and global health non-profits. She has spent her career leading the strategy & implementation of large-scale research initiatives in infectious disease at Harvard Medical School, acting as a trusted advisor to executives and local allies in Latin America and Africa. Most recently, she served as a scientific expert and change management consultant, guiding executives through evidence-based, inclusive decision making to keep workforces and communities safe from the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. She is known for her equanimity, systems-approach to problem solving and sense of humor.
Julia studied Psychobiology and Hispanic Studies at Wheaton College (MA) and earned her MPH in Epidemiology & Global Health at Boston University. She is certified in Conflict Resolution from Cornell and is a certified Predictive Index practitioner.
Julia lives in Maine and in her free time you can find her at the ocean, in a flower garden, or making tacos over an open fire.