Heber City, UT—The BYU Marriott School of Management has recently released a study that recognized the Utah-based company, VOLTI, as a unique innovator in the field of leadership development and performance alignment. VOLTI received praise in the study for its ability to create, “a self-directed, aligned, agile and accountable workforce.” Charles Acklin, CEO, and Founder of VOLTI designed the techniques and training approaches that researchers analyzed in the study. His methods were noted to support and complement employee behavior change and production improvement, creating a “surprising cultural shift and sustainable improvement.”

Dan Kaufman, a research team member and Assistant News Director for KUTV, stated that his team was “surprised by the size of VOLTI’s loyal following.” Apart from the study, VOLTI, which has created a national presence over the past 20 years working with C-Level and Global Executives as well as small business owners and individuals, has received consistently high praise from its clients who continue to use their techniques long after VOLTI has finished its training period. The study confirms that VOLTI has discovered the secret to creating sustainable change in employee attitude and production, “enabling other training initiatives to work as advertised.”