This session is dedicated to the possibility that a professional can increase their effectiveness in working with their customers (note, not clients) if they adopt some concepts of consulting theory. Adopting these behaviors is not easy as it requires professionals to think differently than they have in the past. If you think you can think a bit differently about your professional relationships, you are invited to attend this session led by Ed Kless, Sage senior director of partner development and strategy, who will facilitate this session.
"Love Ed! He is the best!"
"Very strong insights!"
"Thank you so much for your valuable introspective questions. They definitely will help us move from being technically proficient to an advisory consultation firm."
Ed Kless joined Sage in July of 2003 and is currently the senior director of partner development and strategy for Sage Business Solutions in North America. He facilitates the Sage Leadership Academy, Sage Consulting Academy and is the liaison to the Sage Leadership Academy Alumni Association.
Prior to joining Sage Software, Ed worked with Tipping Point Advisors, an organization dedicated to the growth and development of software implementation companies. Before that, he co-founded Third Wave Business Systems, a Microsoft Business Solutions Partner, in 1996, which grew to 20 team members and 5 million in revenue. At Third Wave, Ed developed the implementation methodology and managed the front and back office consulting teams.
Ed is senior fellow at the VeraSage Institute, a think tank dedicated to the elimination of the billable hour in all professional organizations. He is a frequent contributor to industry publications and has spoken at many conferences worldwide.
He is the co-host of VoiceAmerica’s radio show The Soul of Enterprise: Business in the Knowledge Economy which spawned the book The Soul of Enterprise: Dialogues on Business in the Knowledge Economy both with Ron Baker.
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