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The Conscious Consultant: Mastering Change from the Inside Out

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The Conscious Consultant: Mastering Change from the Inside Out

Kristine Quade, Renee M. Brown

ISBN: 978-0-787-95880-0 September 2001 Pfeiffer 256 Pages

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Find out what it takes to become an effective consultant!

In order to succeed as a change agent and consultant we mustclarify our own purpose, motivation, and relationship with ourcareers. The Conscious Consultant--a book in ThePracticing Organization Development Series--offers amuch-needed road map and powerful tool that consultants can use toperform a personal assessment of foundational principles in orderto achieve greater integrity and alignment with personal values andcareer. The book's Active Change Model creates anunderstanding of what it takes to become an effective consultantwho practices wisdom by making conscious choices in a thoughtfuland wholehearted manner, choices that will positively influence thework that is done with all clients.

"At last! A much-needed book primarily and effectively focusedon the consultant's continuing quest for personal awareness--bothlooking deeply for one's true inner self and outward for that selfin relation to clients. I do strongly agree with the author's basicthesis that we cannot expect our clients to embrace change unlesswe personally embrace it ourselves."
--Bob Tannenbaum, emeritus professor of the development ofhuman systems, Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA, andrecipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National ODNetwork

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"...very readable" (Modern Management, April 2002)"At last! A much-needed book primarily and effectively focused onthe consultant's continuing quest for personal awareness--bothlooking deeply for one's true inner self and outward for that selfin relation to clients. I do strongly agree with the author's basicthesis that we cannot expect our clients to embrace change unlesswe personally embrace it ourselves." --Bob Tannenbaum, emeritusprofessor of the development of human systems, Anderson GraduateSchool of Management, UCLA, and recipient of Life Time AchievementAward from the National OD Network

"Those of us who work with change in organizations need to beself-aware. Quade and Brown provide a highly useful way of helpingus to do just that. Their simple but elegant model is the Tao ofbecoming an effective change agent." --W. Warner Burke, professorof psychology and education, Teachers College, Columbia University,and senior advisor, Pricewaterhouse Coopers

"It's just wonderful! It will help new people in the fieldbecome acquainted with the criteria for success, and allow veteransto benchmark their current practices. I'm proud and humbled to beassociated with this fine effort." --Ken Hultman