Exito was founded on one simple idea; to bridge the language, cultural and skill gap that often exists between businesses and their Spanish speaking employees. This idea has its genesis in the childhood experiences many of us had growing-up as the English speaking children of non-English speaking parents.
Children of non-English speaking parents very early on find themselves serving as "interpreters" with neighbors, at school conferences, doctors appointments and any other number of situations in which English proficiency is needed. Within the work setting, children often find themselves as the primary conduit between their parents and the employer. Children sometimes help complete new hire paperwork, explain benefits enrollment forms, review on-boarding information, and at times may even sit in with a parent during a performance review or corrective action conference.
Having experienced these situations first hand and witnessing the anxiety of a parent relying on a child, is still a painful memory. Attempting to understand what the empathetic but frustrated employer was trying to communicate is still also a vivid memory. It is the memory of the employer who desired to do the right thing for an employee but did not have the ability or skills necessary that prompted me to establish Exito Consulting.
Exito is the Spanish word for success, achievement or triumph. Exito is what we strive to achieve for the businesses that engage us, their employees, and their families.
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We at Exito know that finding the right firm to provide Safety and Talent Management Consulting service is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through an assessment of your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget.
From working at one of the Midwest's largest health systems, Bryan Health, to working for the country's largest golf course and recreation development firm, Landscapes Unlimited, Cesar has successfully managed Safety and Talent Management programs in a bilingual environment, English/Spanish for nearly 25 years. He has been involved with a variety of community and civic organizations in his home town, Lincoln, Nebraska. Cesar' past community involvement includes appointment to the Nebraska Mexican American Commission by governor Ben Nelson, board member of the Hispanic Community Center of Lincoln, Leadership Lincoln Fellow - Class X, and selection as one of Lincoln's Top 40 under 40 young professionals.
BA - Leadership
• Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer - Construction
• Authorized CPR/First Aid Instructor - NSC
Matt Palmberg comes to Exito Consulting from the education and human services field. He has worked for 15 years to help students reach their fullest potential. Matt has worked with students with disabilities in the school and community. Part of that work is helping families as well, coaching parents and providing training to them so learning takes place outside of the classroom.
This desire to help others is fundamental to the ideals that Exito Consulting was founded on. Providing training and language skills to improve the safety of your employees is just one way that Exito Consulting wants to help your business succeed. Matt will use his background in language development, scaffolding, and assessment to help your business set goals, and most importantly develop a plan to achieve them.
University of Nebraska
B.S. Exercise Science