Organizational Consultation/Technical Assistance
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Programs that assess the needs of nonprofit organizations, small businesses, government organizations and other groups and offer information, guidance and problem solving assistance regarding specific approaches that management and program staff can use to solve targeted problems and achieve stated goals and objectives. Consultants may help their clients diagnose organizational strengths and weaknesses, serve as experts in a particular area, identify best practices and mechanisms for disseminating them, facilitate processes in which staff of the organization consider a problem and define the solution, serve as a "coach" who helps staff discover and utilize their own experience and expertise to reach decisions, and/or take on specific work within the organization as an "extra pair of hands" augmenting available staff.
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