Clients

Our clients are so important and we accomplish a lot together. See who we Have helped & How.

 

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Gamma Phi Beta

Dyad Strategies has consulted Gamma Phi Beta sorority from the very beginning. Gamma Phi  was instrumental in the development of our sisterhood instrument. We've also been working together to analyze differences at the chapter level and qualitatively explore outlier chapters within their organization.

 
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Zeta Tau Alpha

After many years in the industry, Zeta Tau Alpha fraternity was also there from the very beginning with the development of our sisterhood instrument.  Following that, we developed an instrument to measure ZTA's core values and provided analysis at the chapter level.

 
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Delta upsilon

Delta Upsilon fraternity approached us for consultation on how to map their standards, outcomes and values to chapter success.  What they received was a customized diagnostic picture of each chapter that became invaluable to their chapter services and education departments.

 

Vanderbilt university

Vanderbilt fraternity and sorority life approached us as an every-other-year alternative to their assessment work with EBI. We were able to customize an assessment that accesses our national dataset, and also provides some custom measures that were important to their community.

 
 

Texas Christian university

TCU fraternity and sorority life approached us for a customized president's academy and chapter resident assistant workshop that accessed our research on brotherhood and sisterhood from an ethical leadership lens. What resulted was a weekend experience built around concepts found in  "The Apple or the Barrel" program.

 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity wanted a customized instrument to measure the values inherent in "The True Gentleman."


Not only did our data reaffirm what FSL staff thought - it helped create a better conversation with chapters, advisors, and senior administration. It became a framework for our office to move forward with a strategic plan, grounded in data, analysis, and findings. The information was so helpful, in fact, the University agreed to conduct the research every two years in order to better understand organizational culture and see change in our community.
— CLARYBEL PEGUERO, DUKE UNIVERSITY

WE'VE ALSO DONE CONSULTING ON BROTHERHOOD AND SISTERHOOD FROM COAST TO COAST SINCE OUR COMPANY BEGAN. BELOW ARE SOME OF THE CAMPUSES WE'VE VISITED


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