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The Consulting Process

I listen. I ask you questions to find out your needs, concerns and why you are considering hiring a consultant. What do you want to accomplish and how will this benefit your organization?

We will talk about the resources and people that you currently have on your team and how I can complement their skills and knowledge.

Then I let you know if I think I can help you and if so, how. I will put together a draft outline of the project goals and products, a timeline, and a budget. We will discuss it and make any necessary changes. We’ll sign a contract and then I will get to work.

I also have associates that I can recommend for larger projects.

What You Can Expect

You can expect that I will deliver quality services. The work will be completed on schedule, and I will communicate with you along the way so that you know how the work is progressing.

My strengths are strategic and creative thinking, clear communication, and follow-through. I have the ability to look at the whole picture as well as the details. I am insightful, have excellent analytical skills and the ability to assess a situation quickly through asking perceptive questions. I am creative and help people to see things in new ways.

References

If you would like to talk or email people with whom I have worked, please let me know and I will give you their contact information.

"If you are looking for a professional who will give 100%, who contributes outstanding listening, analytical, management and writing skills and who will challenge you and your organization to be your best, then I recommend Sue as a consultant or coach."

Tom Hale, Founder and President
Backroads, Inc.


"As Executive Director of Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center, Sue demonstrated exceptional creativity when empowered to re-organize and stabilize our organization. She can multi-task and manage time like no other! Sue’s ability to be flexible and upbeat greatly contributed to the success that Ashkenaz now knows."

Diane Winter, Ashkenaz Advisory Board and
former Board President