May 30, 2008
FOUNDER NOMINATED BY WELL-KNOWN AUTHOR FOR CONSULTING
WASHINGTON, DC, May 30, 2008 - BossaNova
Consulting Group, Inc., a distinctive company that
teaches client relationship skills to consulting firms
extraordinary experts how to be extraordinary
consultants, announced that its President and Founder,
Andrea Howe, was nominated for Consulting Magazine’s
2008 Women Leaders in Consulting award by Charles H.
Green, co-author of The Trusted Advisor.
The second annual award acknowledges the growing number
of women in the consulting industry, and the impact that
women are making at firms large and small and across
every industry sector and segment.
“Andrea’s biggest contribution to the consulting
industry is thought leadership—pioneering ways to get
‘hard’ people to acquire ‘soft’ skills,” said Charles H.
Green, co-author of
The Trusted Advisor and author of
Trust-Based Selling. “Dozens, if not hundreds, of
firms offer skill-building programs for listening,
relationship building, and communication. Andrea aims
far beyond—to create the beliefs, attitudes and
confidence that drive behaviors, and create personal and
firm growth far after the ‘event’.”
Charles added, “She has integrated improv comedy skills
into her programs; designed hands-on new consultant
training programs; is a skilled speaker and trainer as
well as consultant. Her life is integrated--a BBA in
computer information systems and an MS in Organization
Development. She has forged a strong relationship with
me that has brought rigor and power to my own work on
trusted relationships. She is singularly leading the way
to a better model.”
“Charles H. Green is one the best of the best when it
comes to building trusted relationships with clients. To
be nominated by him is an honor,” said Andrea.
About BossaNova BossaNova Consulting Group, Inc. works
with professional services firms that choose 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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