The consultant's calling: bringing who you are to what you do

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Jossey-Bass, 1990 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
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This book is for anyone who wants to know what consulting is really like as a career, as a living, as a way of life. A successful consultant for many years, Geoffrey Bellman shows how to make the job rewarding--both financially and personally. The Consultant's Calling examines every aspect of the work, from the practical issues of managing time, clients, and money to such broader concerns as how to balance work with family life and how to remain honest with oneself. Both personal and pragmatic, this book is for all types of consultants, inside or outside organizations; for those who work with consultants; and for those who dream of becoming a consultant.

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Text for Organizational Consulting class. Bellman raises some good points, particularly about setting your own ethical standards. He also gives his outlook on work - he definitely is in the work to ... Read full review


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Balancing Your Work in Your Life
Opening the Organization

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About the author (1990)

Bellman worked in major corporations for 14 years before starting his own consulting business, focused on renewing large corporations,in 1977.

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