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Marjorie Anderson
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Let's Talk Consulting with Peter Block

Categories: consulting, webinar

Peter Block, author of Flawless Consulting: A Guide to Getting Your Expertise Used, will be joining us on 10 June 2015 from 12pm – 1pm EDT to discuss the concepts of his book with book club members and you can participate! Simply register for the webinar and you can join us on the live day. 

When the landmark best-seller Flawless Consulting was first published more than three decades ago, it was quickly adopted as the "consultant's bible." With his legendary warmth and passion, Peter Block explained how to deal effectively with clients, peers, and others. The book continues to speak to people in a support function inside organizations as well as to external consultants.

We would love for you to join the discussion! While the book club is closed to new members, there are many other opportunities to stay involved and participate! If you’ve read his book, share your thoughts with us below!

You can also connect with Peter by clicking here.

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