About Positive Impact

Who We Are

What We Do

Our History
With more than 30 years combined experience in finance, management, teambuilding, training and organizational development Jeff and Cheri Douglas opened Positive Impact Consulting in their garage office in 1985. For 22 years Positive Impact has specialized in quality and change management transformations in both public and private sector organizations.

In 2002 Cheri Douglas was appointed to the Board of Examiners for the California Council for Excellence (CCE). The CCE administers California Performance Awards, recognizing organizational excellence based on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Criteria.

Our Vision
We "WOW" our clients. They enjoy partnering with us and they find their work more fun, rewarding, efficient and profitable with our help.
Our Values
  • We give thanks to God for the opportunity to do meaningful work.
  • We do what it takes to WOW our customers and ourselves.
  • We stretch, listen, learn, and improve continuously.
  • We trust.
  • We share rewards and recognition.
  • We practice honest, caring, win-win communication.
  • We create incentives which empower and encourage personal commitment.
  • We provide opportunities for success and personal satisfaction.
  • We balance personal, family, and professional priorities.
  • We involve people, as partners, in decisions which affect them.
  • We provide wholesome, uplifting, and results-oriented services.
  • We protect confidential information.
  • We keep promises and practice what we preach.
Our Location
The Positive Impact Teamwork Leadership Center is located in the historic Old Mills Winery in Sacramento. Nestled in a park-like setting among stately trees and rose gardens, the center is specifically designed to be an ideal environment for interactive learning and planning.

9845 Horn Road, Suite 120, Sacramento, CA 95827

To Contact Us
We'd love to hear from you. To chat with us about your team or individual development please email or call

Jeff Douglas or Cheri Douglas