MGMT Hell
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MGMT Hell

The smartest consultant in the room.

Smartest Consultant in the Room

“You don’t always have to go for that ‘consultant smart’ in each meeting.”

As the next “recovery” begins the long task of pulling us up by our consumer-driven bootstraps, it is easy to see how businesses are taking fewer risks and hiring fewer full-timers, opting instead to hire consultants. And within many companies that distinction can make a world of…

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We’re being asked to come back to the office. But leadership knows we’ll be less efficient, less happy. Why are we going back to our cube farm?

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John McElhenney

John McElhenney

John McElhenney is an author, life coach, and musician who lives in Austin, Texas. He’s best known for his single dad blog, The Whole Parent. (wholeparent.org)

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