Meet Our Team MPS consultants represent a wide range of backgrounds and expertise in Industrial/Organizational psychology and business. These PhD and Master level professionals enable us to deliver high quality services for our clients whether the projects are small or large. These highly trained and experienced Assessors, Trainers, Interviewers, and Coaches use proven MPS processes and practices to ensure practical and measurable results. Our associates and support staff are highly qualified and experienced in helping our clients with online testing, assessment center preparation, and other areas of support.
Cheryl Frankeny, Ph.D. Owner/Principal Consultant
Cheryl is the owner and principal consultant for MPS LLC. She has 16 years of consulting experience. She specializes in organizational and individual performance consulting which targets strategic planning, executive and leadership team development, organizational and cultural alignment, change management, talent management, succession planning, facilitation, team building, hiring/selection practices, and assessment techniques. She has worked on assignments nationally and internationally involving a wide range of employees–workers, front-line supervisors, managers, and executives. She has worked with numerous companies (including Chevron, BP, Conoco, Phillips 66, CITGO, Allegiance Bank, Nynas, Sunoco, LyondellBasell, NCI, Riviana Foods, Powell Industries, and other global and mid-sized companies) facilitating, coaching, assessing, designing developmental paths, and training.
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What our clients say
Through a careful process of executive assessment and development we have seen our organizational leadership grow and flourish. MPS has helped us to gain the leadership advantage we need in a very competitive market.
MPS helped us to decrease our employee turnover by almost 50% in the past 3 years. The savings for our company has been tremendous.
The quality of our new hires using the MPS assessment center has increased dramatically! We have stopped seeing people fail our training program or struggle to overcome the steep learning curve when they start out.