November 1, 2006
BOSSANOVA'S ANDREA HOWE TEACHES MBA STUDENTS AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITY HOW TO CREATE EXTRAORDINARY CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS
WASHINGTON, DC, November 1, 2006. BossaNova Consulting Group, a distinctive company that teaches client relationship skills to professional services firms, announced that its President and Founder, Andrea Howe, was a guest presenter at American University's Kogod School of Business.
Andrea spoke with students in Kogod's new Consulting Practice and Methodologies course, a management consulting primer designed to prepare the significant number of Kogod graduates (one third) who are hired into consulting firms. The course provides an overview of the global consulting industry. Students gain an understanding of the consulting process as well as specific consulting models and tools.
"Andrea brought the real world of client relationships into my classroom. My students were fascinated by her insights and very appreciative of her advice. I am sure that they will be better consultants for the experience," said Dr. Sally Fowler, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Kogod School of Business.
"We really don't learn soft skills at school, and Andrea's presentation made it clear how important they are even in the competitive business world," said Miguel Meza, an MBA candidate at Kogod. "Her structure and approach was really natural and easy to follow," he added.
About BossaNova BossaNova Consulting Group, Inc. works with professional services firms that want to stand apart from their competition by being extraordinary in their client relationships. BossaNova's learning programs teach the art and science of building trust – with a minimum promise of four to five times the typical return on training investment.
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