Consulting skills for social researchers

By Simon Haslam

Consulting skills for social researchers
  • Published:

    21 Jul 2017
  • Page count:

    112 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447333883
  • Product Dimensions:

    129 x 198 mm
  • Series:

    Social Research Association Shorts
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Consulting skills help researchers frame and define research projects, manage the social research process, engage with stakeholders and influence change. This practitioner-oriented text is the first to help social researchers and those active in the social research sector develop these skills, drawn from the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes’ consulting competence framework. It will aid understanding of effective consulting skills in the UK and international social research community and will be invaluable for all those commissioning, managing and conducting social research.
Dr Simon Haslam is the Director of social research firm FMR Research Ltd. He was a dual finalist in the UK ‘Consultant of the Year’ awards (2011, 2012) and represented the UK in the ‘Constantinus global consulting awards (2012). He has recently become an ‘Academic Fellow’ of the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes. He is a Trustee of UK Social Research Association (SRA) and Board member responsible for its training programme – including the ‘Consulting Skills for Social Researchers’ workshop.
Consulting and social research
Key ingredients of consulting
The consulting process
Skills in challenging the client
Conclusion
Product Format
Paperback
Dimensions
129 x 198
Publication Date
21 Jul 2017
Number of Pages
112
ISBN
978-1447333869
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129 x 198
Publication Date
21 Jul 2017
Number of Pages
112
ISBN
978-1447333883
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129 x 198
Publication Date
21 Jul 2017
Number of Pages
112
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About the book

Consulting skills help researchers frame and define research projects, manage the social research process, engage with stakeholders and influence change. This practitioner-oriented text is the first to help social researchers and those active in the social research sector develop these skills, drawn from the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes’ consulting competence framework. It will aid understanding of effective consulting skills in the UK and international social research community and will be invaluable for all those commissioning, managing and conducting social research.

Content

Consulting and social research
Key ingredients of consulting
The consulting process
Skills in challenging the client
Conclusion
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