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The Will to Govern Well: Knowledge, Trust, & Nimbleness Paperback – July 15, 2002

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About Jean S. Frankel

Internationally known and respected management consultant, executive coach, author, speaker and group process expert.

Current clients include the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association), with a focus on governance restructure, decision-making processes and organizational culture change.

Certified at the highest level as an Executive and Organizational Coach from Columbia University. Certified in the following developmental assessments: NBI (Neethling Brain Instrument), Hogan Development Series (HDS, HPI, MVPI), MHS Emotional Intelligence Inventory (EQ-I 2.0) and Culture in the Workplace Assessment.(CWQ).

Specialties: Results-oriented strategic and operational planning, leadership development, executive coaching, consensus-building, facilitation, organizational assessment, Board development and other executive consultation.

Founder and President of Ideas for Action, LLC, ( which has provided customized management consulting, coaching, strategic planning, facilitation, organizational strategy and consensus-building to non-profit organizations (associations, foundations, universities, hospitals, governments, credit unions, chambers and community-based organizations) as well as for-profit public and private corporations, since 1995.

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