“When I am planning career and skill development programs I always include Good Work Consulting, LLC.  The strategies Ray outlines in his professional networking presentation are always useful and straightforward.  In addition to being educationally captivating, Ray’s presentation addresses the subtle nuances that exist in different professional and cultural settings.”  Leslye A. Erickson, Director, Career Services, University of Louisville

“Ray Angle’s “Mixin’ & Minglin’” presentation scored a home run at the University of Tampa!  Our students and staff were talking about his program long after his visit to campus.  We plan to incorporate his presentation into our annual programming calendar.”   Tim Harding, Director, Career Services, University of Tampa

“Every year, Mizzou Athletics hosts an etiquette dinner for our student athletes. Without a doubt, the past 2 years have been our most successful with Teresa Alewel as our etiquette trainer. Her energy and passion for the topic keeps the student athletes engaged and interested in the material! She is always able to quickly adapt to the audience and answers all of their questions with ease and humor! We definitely look forward to having her back to campus next year!”    Kim Lambert, Associate Athletics Director for Student Athlete Development, University of Missouri Total Personal Program

“We try to host Good Work Consulting Associate O. Ray Angle annually! He has consistently received the highest evaluations from our discriminating audiences of graduate-level trainees and professional researchers. Ray puts people at ease with his engaging, amusing style and his message — that anyone can network effectively if you put his practical strategies to work — gives audiences the confidence and tools they need.”   Bill Lindstaedt, Director, Office of Career and Professional Development, University of California, San Francisco

“Each year we host an Image Seminar designed to give students the knowledge and skills they need to jump start their job searches.  Ray is a skilled professional presenter whose experience as a university career services director helps him relate to our audience.  My students just love Ray!   His presentation on making professional conversation is fun and extremely informative which compels us to invite him back each year and contributes to the success of the seminar.”   Jean Paterson, Former Director, Career Development Center, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville


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