One of the most important steps in our proven process is the discovery call. Your company is unique in so many ways and through the discovery call we learn of the desires you have for your organization. We love them because it is not a sales pitch! It is an authentic conversation about what we can accomplish together.

The prices for our services are presented as a range which are applicable in most situations for most clients.

For your organization, three main factors are considered which help determine where the price of a given service will be set within its range. These are presented in their order of importance, from most to least.

#1 The inherent value of the product or service.

The price of our services are based on their power to both increase the engagement level of your employees and retain them. When our service helps you do that, you make more money.

The lost productivity of not engaged and actively disengaged employees are equal to 18% of their annual salary. 

The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) reports it costs 6 to 9 months of an employee’s salary to find their replacement. That means it would cost $30,000 - $45,000 to replace a $60,000 salaried position. Studies show it takes more to replace higher-level positions. 

Replacing workers requires one-half to two times the employee's annual salary.

That would be $50,000 - $200,000 to replace a $100,000 salaried position.

When we help prevent just one of your salaried employees from leaving, it can more than cover the cost of our fee.

#2 The volume of work we are doing with your organization and the number of people we are working with. 

The volume of work for each client will vary, depending on the plan we create together in our proven process. This will affect where the price of a given service will fall within its range.

The number of people we work with is a factor. For example, let’s say your organization has 70 total employees with 8 supervisors. Working with all 70 will help move the price up within a given service price range as compared to working with only the supervisors.

For live or virtual events, larger audiences can expect to move up within a given price range 
while smaller groups can expect to be more toward the lower portion of a price range.

#3 Time as it affects the amount of content that can be delivered or as it    pertains to travel.

Time is a factor in how it affects the amount of content that can be delivered in the allotted time. For example, a half-day workshop will contain more content than a 2-hour workshop. This can push the price up within the given range.

Retention Architects is based out of Tallahassee, Florida. For events that require air travel or extended car travel, it typically requires one day to get to the event, one day on site, and one day to return. This type of travel can push the price up within the given price range.
 *Travel is a separate charge that is paid for by the client. 

The services we provide are priced more according to the results they achieve for our clients rather than the time it takes to deliver the service. If our service helps a client keep just one salaried employee from leaving, this can more than cover the expense of our fee. 


*These prices reflect a range that is applicable in most situations for most clients. These prices do not include travel.


Typically a 1 Year Consultation/Training Agreement
Starting at $60,000


Typically a 9 to 12 month Consultation Agreement
Starting at $60,000


*Retention Architecture plus Laying the Foundation for High Performance combined

Typically an 18 month Consultation Agreement
Starting at $95,000

WORKSHOPS/RETREATS (2 hour workshops, 4 hour workshops, 2 day retreats)

$5,000 - $25,000


$5,000 - $7,500


$275 per hour