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MAKING THE WORKPLACE MORE HUMAN
Who we are?
Who we are

We are a creative, neuroscience-based workplace communications company. We provide progressive, actionable, and memorable training experiences. No snooze-inducing training here! We guide high-performing clients over their communication hurdles with empathy and ease. At Fringe PD, we move people forward.

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Fringe Professional Development provides workshops, coaching, and organizational development support for professionals at all levels. We are a creative group of talent management experts who take a neuroscience-based approach to your organizational challenges. At Fringe PD, we move people forward.

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“Most external consultants get paid a ton of money but the firm has to do a lot of leg work. I really appreciated that Fringe took charge of the tech, follow-ups, asked questions about the firm and understood how the program fit into the process. Taking the weight off the firm is genius.”

Aisha Greene, Cadwalader

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The Latest from Fringe

Get insights to kick it up a notch and put some serious neuroscience-backed sparkle into your workplace communication.


We are excited to share with you what we hope will be the first in a long series of fantastic conversations with organizational development leaders we admire! This series is kicking off with one of our favorite people and a juicy topic! Neha Sampat is the founder of GenLead|BelongLab and she joins us for a quick chat about how imposter syndrome manifests and …

Think about the last time you received constructive feedback. If you’re anything like me and most people, that critique probably didn’t feel great. Our initial response to constructive feedback is usually pretty unpleasant — grief, irritation, denial — and rarely does it feel constructive. But as much as constructive feedback can hurt, we know it’s essential to professional growth.  So …

As employers consider bringing their teams back into the office, they’re thinking about safety, legal compliance, technology, equipment. But what might not be on their minds? Employee engagement and well-being. And that’s a big mistake.  It’s a dangerous fallacy to assume that the employees you sent home in March 2020 are the same ones coming back into the office, even …