Do What You Do Better

Corsini Consulting Group, LLC is a strategic-planning, succession-planning and business-coaching firm based in Birmingham, Alabama.

Our Services

Strategic Planning

Strategic planning requires clear vision and realistic long-term goals.

Succession Planning

We help identify, develop and prepare high-potential candidates to fill key leadership positions long before change occurs.

Family-Business Consulting

We offer a suite services to help both the family and the family business prosper across generations.

Human Resources Consulting

We help maximize employee productivity and help employees reach their potential by understanding their motivations, behaviors and goals—both in and out of the office.

Executive Coaching

Our executive coaching for company owners, executives and managers gives leaders a renewed and sharpened focus on their businesses.

Sales Coaching

We work with individual salespeople as well as company-sponsored sales teams to help these people maximize their potential.

Founder & President

Corsini Consulting Group, LLC was founded more than 25 years ago by Marc Corsini with one goal, to help you business people do what they do best—in and out of the office. In that time, Marc has worked with thousands of company owners, executives, professionals and salespeople in a variety of fields and industries including commercial real estate, distribution, construction, and property and casualty insurance.

Meet the coaches at Corsini Consulting Group, LLC and find out how they can help you do what you do best.

Marc Corsini

Marc Corsini

Founder and President

Our Clients

Retail Specialists
Shoal Creek Properties
Robins & Morton
Willis Towers Watson
5 degrees
Cushman Wakefield EGS
American Pipe & Supply
Brownell
Brownlee Morrow
Business Interiors
Cobbs Allen
Doster Construction
Ferlisi Jolley
GK Houses
Greenhalgh Insurance
J.H. Berry & Gilbert
MB Hangers
Southland Tube
TriNova
Saginaw Pipe

Plan B

At CCG, we’re blessed to coach a lot of highly successful executives. These are the best of the best, so naturally sometimes the coach ends up learning a thing or two. In a recent session, I was coaching an executive who is very successful in his industry. He has a...
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Tactical vs. Strategic

A quick look at any thesaurus says tactical and strategic are interchangeable. Maybe in some cases they are, but in business there’s a difference. Especially when it comes to where and how executives spend their time. Tactical describes a means to an end and involves...
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The Blame Game

An executive VP of sales, during a recent coaching session, told me he thinks he has a morale problem in his office. Several of the salespeople, he said, have been complaining. He wasn’t sure if it was mere grumbling or if there really were some things seriously wrong...
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Is There a Good Way to Deliver Bad News?

The only thing worse than receiving bad news is to be the one delivering it. This has been the case since time immemorial. The ancient Greek playwright Sophocles put it this way: “Nobody likes the bringer of bad news.” At one time or another, we all have had to...
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