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Category Archives: consulting
In 2009, after my first full year of consulting, I wrote on this blog about David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done. A friend had just given it to me, and I found it full of useful information. Information that still—9 … Continue reading
What would I do if I were to win a MacArthur Genius Grant (which I just learned really should be called a MacArthur Fellowship)? It’s an idle thought, but one I have every year when the winners are named. My … Continue reading
Barbara Clegg a much wiser coach than I is clear that if the coach is working harder than the client, the coaching isn’t working. In theory I believe that, but in practice, I find that is not always true. Granted, … Continue reading
Many years ago, when I was the Executive Director of a community college, the Board decided we needed to hire a consultant to help us with our fundraising. I was all for it, and excited that the Board was taking … Continue reading