Examples of Organizational Development (OD) consultant services include training, coaching, facilitation, mediation, project management, etc.
Contact Training & Development Analyst Lori LaFlores at Workforce Development for requests.
- Departments can access organizational development services under contracts that HR-Workforce Development (HR-WD) has with the Organizational Development providers.
- A Statement of Work (SOW) should be in place with the HR-WD unit prior to services rendered.
OD CONSULTANT USE INSTRUCTIONS FOR DEPARTMENTS
To access OD consultants on HR-Workforce Development contracts, please follow this process:
- Contact Workforce Development (WD) to inquire about availability of OD consultant (based on remaining allocation in contract and other planned work.)
- Complete the OD Consultant Request Form (pdf: 168kB).
- If consultant is available, department/unit initiates contact with consultant and negotiates a work plan and budget.
- Department/unit completes a Statement of Work (SOW), utilizing the SOW Template (Word: 50kB) provided by HR-WD.
- Department/unit forwards completed SOW to HR-WD for review/approval.
- Once approved, HR-WD provides EFS Code for Billing and Contract Number.
- Once SOW is approved by HR-WD, department/unit will initiate execution of SOW by obtaining consultant and department/unit signatures.
- This can be done with hard copies or electronically (ex: via Adobe Sign)
- If electronic signatures order is 1. consultant, 2. department/unit, 3. HR-WD Manager
- If hard copy, department/unit is responsible for forwarding the signed SOW to consultant.
- Department/unit schedules logistics with consultant.
- As described in the SOW, consultant must send all invoices to department/unit contact and the HR-WD Analyst.
- Department/unit requests payment of invoices through their Accounts Payable and copies the Training and Development Analyst and WD Manager on these requests.