To kick things off, we’ll set aside 30 – 60 minutes so you can tell me a bit about your needs. If, by the end of our first talk, I don’t sense that my talents are a good fit for your needs, I’ll say so.
The needs of you, your department, or your organization will drive our work together. Potential clients typically approach me with a problem to be solved, an opportunity to be leveraged, or a goal to be realized. Whether you seek an outsider’s perspective, wish to complement your department’s existing expertise, or need dedicated capacity to address a short-term need, I may be able to help.
Whatever your needs, I’ll be listening.
When I believe that I could help, I’ll ask you to sketch out the sort of experience you have in mind. A 2-3 hour workshop? A two-day retreat? Months-long strategic planning or project support? One-on-one coaching? I’ll also ask what you would like to get out of our work together. We will co-create a list of goals that at once inspires with its reach and remains mindful of real constraints such as budget, timelines, and organizational culture.
I’ll work with all of this — your stated needs, the sketch of your dream experience, your goals– to craft a proposal.
This proposal will help us think together about the topics, formats, and potential deliverables that would best address your needs. If you like what you see, we will enter into a contract, and I will dig into the rewarding work of crafting a fine-tuned experience that meets the big-picture needs of your organization. Then, we will execute the plan, no matter the challenge at hand.
Based in New York City, I welcome clients near and far. I have yet to meet a consulting challenge that couldn’t be overcome with Google Docs, Zoom, or a plane ticket.