The Consultant's Workshop: Expanding Your Consultancy
Presenting the Consultant’s Workshop, September 3rd 7:30 AM
Share. Learn. Grow.
Workshop 21 - Expanding Your Consultancy
Are you in the doldrums? Is the salt of your consulting contribution loosing its savor? Join with us to examine:
- The Substance of Your Work
- Your Contribution
- Your Reputation
- Your Collaborations
We have a well-researched, combat-tested practice building models to help you do that!
Join us in this workshop to examine your practice and its trajectory using practical examples of significant contributors building their business in high motion situations.
Come Prepared to Contribute:
Consultants who attend will be encouraged and expected to offer examples from their own experience that highlight how these models Dick and Pete bring to the table can be of practical use in expanding and enhancing our consultancies!
Peter Jay Sorenson, CMC® is an independent strategic organization design, change management consultant, coach, and social entrepreneur. He is known for his ability to see the big picture, make sense of messes, and lead teams through the resolution of complex issues. Pete’s consulting and coaching practice focuses on crafting strategy, intentionally designing organizations (with webs of intangible assets), creating change, and assessing what works.
As a social entrepreneur Pete also works to create economic and social self-reliance for individuals, families, and organizations in both the developing and developed world.
BA Behavioral Sciences – University of Washington (1976)
MA Organizational Behavior – Brigham Young University (1979)
Certified Management Consultant® (CMC®) (2002)
Richard F. Tozer, a long-time consultant in Dallas, Texas, has developed an array of tools and process that help the owners and managers of emerging companies make critical decisions and develop strategies that produce consistent, long-term growth. He also helps attorneys as an expert witness in legal cases involving complex business issues, and develops and presents related training and educational programs.
Often, the pressures of today’s changing economy make it profitable for corporate executives to tap the skills of an objective problem-solver. In these situations, Dick Tozer acts as a practical corporate internist. His involvement, diagnosis, and counsel flow directly from the decisions facing the specific business served.
Tozer is a former Lecturer in the School of Management of the University of Texas at Dallas, where he developed and for a number of years presented the Entrepreneurial Ventures course in the Executive MBA program. He is a frequent guest speaker on entrepreneurial strategy topics for the Caruth Institute of the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University.
A graduate of Case Institute of Technology and of the doctoral program of the Harvard Business School, he is a professional member of the Institute of Management Consultants (former board member of the Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter), and a member of the Association for Strategic Planning and the Dallas Association for Business Economics.
He has completed several hundred successful consulting engagements and financial and management development seminars for large and small client organizations throughout Texas, the US, and in Canada, Guam, Taiwan, and Saudi Arabia, and once on a Caribbean cruise ship. The UTD EMBA Class of 2009 named him faculty member of the year.
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|Cost per session:
$15 for members, $25 for non-members
(includes continental breakfast; please bring cash or check)
Members may now bring guests and pay the member rate for them.
The member must register and pay for the guest.