11th Hour Consulting specializes in determining how to accomplish your goals by aligning our talents with your needs. It's our job to identify how to apply our services in creative ways, all you have to do is tell us where you are now, and where you want to be. We'll do the rest.
Our clientele is diverse--and so are their projects. We serve academics, business owners, not-for-profits, governments, agencies and institutions, all of which have unique timelines, needs and
preferences. Through research and analysis, we identify risks and opportunities, extract themes and recognize relationships--providing you with the greatest degree of knowledge arms you to make
project and business decisions effectively. Our communications services allow you to focus on conducting your business while we ensure the right message is created for the right
With experience in public administration, policy analysis, qualitative research and analysis, government processes and programs, occupational health and safety, psychology and mental health, blogging and creative writing, it's likely we share some interests.
Aren't sure if or how your business needs can be met with our services? Contact us so we can discuss your needs--we'll suggest a course of action, or refer you to someone we think could be a good fit for your project.
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This blog was inspired by a conversation I had with a friend yesterday. A conversation that started out about daycare options soon became one about our hopes and fears for our kids, which became a larger conversation about how deeply we appreciate the pain and fear our very existence must have brought our mothers.
How do we become more well in our professional and personal lives? Does taking control and making purposeful choices make a difference? Is that always possible?
My mother taught me the importance of good communication early on. One of her most-used phrases during my childhood was, “talking to you and your sister is like talking to a brick wall!”
The season is indulgent, and so is this blog.
Workplace culture is an abstract concept. It becomes actualized through thoughtful policy creation and management.