Consulting

  • Binna Kandola
Chapter

Abstract

There are three exercises:
  • Exercise 1 involves writing a proposal.

  • Exercise 2 involves analysing data.

  • Exercise 3 involves putting forward recommendations to the client.

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Further Reading

  1. Conyne, R.K. and O’Neil, J.M. (1992) Casebook of Organisational Consultations. Sage, London.Google Scholar
  2. Cookman, R., Evans, B. and Reynolds, R. (1992) Client-centred Consulting: A Practical Guide for Internal Advisers and Trainers. McGraw Hill, Maidenhead.Google Scholar
  3. Lippitt, G. and Lippitt, R. (1978) The Consulting Process in Action. University Associates, US.Google Scholar
  4. Nicholson, N. (ed.) (1995) The Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Organizational Behaviour. Blackwell Business, Oxford.Google Scholar
  5. Tobias, L.L. (1990) Psychological Consulting to Management: A Clinician’s Perspective. Brunner/Mazel, New York.Google Scholar

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