My Objective is to Help You Achieve Yours
My Sounding Board Service is the mainstay of Distance Consulting’s “Assistance at a Distance.”
Here’s how it works –
You buy a chunk of my time – a minimum of four hours or
half a day. That costs $200. You can, of course, buy more
than that but half a day is a good starting point and an inexpensive way of
finding out just how helpful I can be.
That costs $200. You can, of course, buy more than that but half a day is a good starting point and an inexpensive way of finding out just how helpful I can be.
We use that time, in increments convenient to you, to discuss matters of concern to you. These might be related to any of the following (and more):
Performance problems (people or processes).
A strategic plan that’s not coming to fruition.
Policies that are having unintended effects.
Change efforts that are going awry or failing to deliver.
Employees who are clearly not engaged and some of whom are clearly disengaged.
Training that doesn’t seem to work.
Some very upset stakeholders.
An annoying co-worker.
Decisions that aren’t getting made.
Budgets that no one can meet.
We work via telephone, email, Skype, GoToMeeting and whatever other means proves useful and appropriate.
Together, we discuss, clarify, examine and develop a
deeper understanding of those matters of concern to you.
Together, we discuss, clarify, examine and develop a deeper understanding of those matters of concern to you.
Basically, you bounce your concerns off me. I listen, reflect, probe, digest and offer up ideas, insights, opinions, perceptions, analyses, solutions and recommendations that I think will be helpful to you.
My objective is to help you achieve your objective.
You get the benefit of my many years' of experience across a wide range of issues and industries and my broad array of proven abilities in several areas of professional know-how (e.g., change management, strategy, performance and productivity of people and processes, work and management, organization development, knowledge management and communities of practice, training and consulting).
One good idea, one new insight, one misstep avoided, one critical and overlooked factor brought to your attention – any of these is well worth what it costs you and it costs you far less than it would if you had to pay a full-time, practicing consultant, especially from one of the large firms.
So think it over. Take your time. Then send me an email along with your phone number and I’ll give you a call at your convenience. There is no charge for the initial conversation. How can you lose?
This page last updated on June 23, 2017