The title of this teaching may sound arrogant, but it really isn't. The only product that a consultant sells is wisdom. Every consultant offers a value proposition based on his/her perspective of wisdom, which is always rooted in the consultant's theology. For a client to value a consultant's wisdom, the client must value the consultant's theology. Therefore, for a consultant to serve a client well, there must be theological agreement between the two. Consultants who truly seek to put their clients first understand this and, consequently, will screen their potential clients accordingly. In this teaching, I offer four traits that I use to assess the theological alignment with potential clients. The efficacy of these traits is illustrated by empirical research (from Professor Sydney Finkelstein), and true stores about Quaker Oates (Henry Parsons Crowell), ServiceMaster (Marion Wade), and the Mayo Clinic (Mother Maria Alfred Moes and William Mayo). This teaching is part of the Beyond Babel Model training based on timeless universal principles from the Bible.
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