question about the utility and cost-effectiveness of management
consultants looms large for small business owners and executive
directors of non-profit organizations alike.
They ask themselves
“What are the odds of finding that rare consultant who
has stood in my shoes, who can deftly assess what needs fixing
in order to help me move my company to the next level, and
who possesses the energy, skill and vision to put a charge
into my entire organization?
Ann Peacock [HAP] is that rare find in the world of
consulting. Her broad experience across myriad industries,
careers and her own businesses tells the story of a no nonsense,
can-do woman with a powerful commitment to business development
and economic, social and political change.
Honie Ann Peacock is as unusual as her name. She founded and developed five businesses of her own - four  for-profit businesses and one educational non-profit business in the culinary arts which established a new paradigm of a work-based learning initiative. In each of her businesses… in her years of freelance work as a fund-raiser, event planner and community activist fighting for women and minority rights in the workplace… in her years of developing and facilitating management / economic development workshops…and in her 9 years in corporate America managing Diversity initiatives… Honie Ann Peacock has always put herself on the firing line and made a positive impact.
How creative and versatile does one have to be to
transfer Columbia University’s Masters program skills
in group dynamics, communications, and public policy skills
to the disparate worlds of Fortune 500 companies, government
agency bureaucracies, and non-profit organization structures?
To transfer a University of Michigan History of Art degree
into producing giant music events at Madison Square Garden…
and helping artists and arts organizations develop business
plans and earned income projects that sustain them? The answer
is… very. Honie Ann Peacock not only transferred her
skill sets to these diverse organization cultures but found
creative, resourceful ways within them to achieve a vast variety
of project objectives.
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