Consultants Resource Bank

Nancy Jackson

Gammy Bird Consulting
161 Upper Jaffrey Road
Dublin, NH 03444
Phone:

Gammy Bird Consulting helps you: Transition leadership in a healthy and successful way Clarify your mission, vision and future direction Respond strategically to community needs and opportunities Convene and facilitate effective meetings Build your own facilitation and group management skills We do that by facilitating high-performing conversations, meetings and events; developing powerful plans and implementation processes with you; conducting successful planning for key staff successions and/or executive transitions; and skill-focused training. We base much of our work on the powerful facilitation methods of the Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA), a world leader in the field of professional facilitation. We take a systems approach to our work, fully engaging all players to achieve consensus, shared vision, and action. Gammy Bird events are always creative, interactive, challenging, and fun.                                                                                                                  

Specialties: Board Governance/Development, Executive Transition, Executive - Interim Directorship, Executive - Succession/Transition Planning, Organizational Planning/Development, Organizational Planning - Collaboration/Mergers, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Organizational Planning - Organizational Assessment, Strategic/Business Plan Development

References

Youth Catalytics
Melanie Goodman -
PO Box 35
Charlotte , VT 05445
802 425-3006

Training - Facilitation Planning

Third Sector New England
Ananda Valenzuela -
89 South Street
Boston , MA 02110
617 896-9350

Serve in their consulting pool for services throughout New England: executive transition, coaching, organizational transition, strategic planning, Board development and meeting and retreat facilitation.

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