"What a great idea! Forty-seven years when I was starting the anthropology club at George Washington U, I told the assembled throngs that the real business of anthropology is business. It has not changed. For most people and disciplines, they do not…"
I am a Certified Management Consultant with a speciaty in management communication. For over 33 years I have owned and cnsulted with Fortune 1000, US Government Agencies, Universities, Professional associations and the top 4 management consulting firms inthe USA. I focus on how management communicates with their employees and managers, as well as how they provide factual information to their external audiences and their regulators. My firm, R. H. Wohl & Associates, Inc., holds a US Government consulting schedule alowing us to provide consultng, facilitating and survey services with a quick approval process.
I attended Florida State University and Graduated from George Washington Unversity with a Degree in anthropology and a minor in acounting. While at GWU, I started theAntropolgy Club and brought in curators from the Smithsonian Institution to expand the education available to students from the antropolgy department. This gave students an oportunity to meet and hear directly from some of the names they had been reading about in their textbooks. I also invited Dr. Lewis Leaky to speak to ou club and all anthropology majors in the Washington, DC area.
I attended GWU Law School, American Univrsity Graduate School Business, where my MBA program focused on marketing research, marketing and managemnt.
anthropology, applied anthropology, cultural anthropology, ethnology, psychology, sociology, other
Area(s) of Expertise
I have worked for big and small business, a college a trade association and was anemployee communicati consultant for theWyatt Co. (now called Towers, Watson, prior to starting my own firm in 1977. I provide consultants to the government nd large busdinesses on a subcontact basis as well as provide indepenent aalysis and execuive coaching to top management
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Current Area of Employment
Management communication of factual informationto manages and employees; use of plain language to increase clarity and useability of factual information.
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