S uccessful consulting requires two elements: real and practical experience that can be applied to new challenges in concrete ways, and the ability to present and explain new perspectives clearly and simply so they can be fully comprehended and implemented.
By working with senior managers and teams of employees, together we develop the right approach – whether in a traditional consulting environment or in a classroom. That is the true consultative approach.
This is also the best way to effect the kind of fundamental change in thinking that can bring out new ideas, new perspectives, and new solutions for a company’s success, whether the organization is just starting up or has been operating for some time.
That is what critical thinking is all about: helping entrepreneurs, managers, senior executives and others see the hidden solutions that are often right in front of them.
My two approaches: