Meaningful Work Environments

Facilitation – Education – Application

Improving the Future of Workforce Development

Discovering Meaningful Employment


Facilitating Critical Conversations

Understanding Work and the Human Spectrum

Discovering Meaningful Employment


Educating Individuals and Organizations

Getting to Root Causes and Real Solutions

Discovering Meaningful Employment


Applying Ideas for Meaningful Outcomes

Creating Cultures of Dignity and Respect

Discovering Meaningful Employment

TrailPaths: A People Development and Technology Company

We build Meaningful Employment Environments (MEE)™ where people thrive because organizational decisions, leadership behaviors and team member participation are deeply rooted and guided by dignity and meaningful work.

Why build a MEE?

Changing demographics and societal shifts have resulted in a shrinking workforce and a fundamental shift in attitudes within the workforce that remains.

What does this mean for organizations going forward?

Organizations will all be competing in the ability to attract, recruit, develop and retain top talent. People want to work in a Meaningful Employment Environment (MEE)™. Which means, as an organization, we need to build this environment.

How can your organization become the employer of choice?

The answer to this question is, by building Meaningful Employment Environments (MEE)™ for all team members.

Work with TrailPaths to build MEE through

MEE Implementation Plan

Assessment and implementation planning for Organizational MEE priorities. The Plan for Every Organization (PFEO).

MEE Individual Learning

Advancing leadership behaviors and team member participation. The Plan for Every Leader (PFEL) and Plan for Every Team Members (PFETM).

MEE Digital Platform

Visibility tools and technology for MEE Daily Participation and MEE Advancement.

Building Meaningful Employment Environments

What a ride! This is the only way to describe business, and perhaps life in general, over the past few years. A ride indeed. In particular, the recent past has seen significant change and disruption in all issues surrounding workforce and workplace development. From the recognition of front-line workers to the continued conversation of work from home to upward pressure on wages to the increase in organized labor initiatives, the fact is, the conversation relative to the workforce has changed fundamentally.

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