Sectors

Clients

Our clients are our partners. The best relationships that CFAR consultants have with clients are when we are truly “in it” together with you—in full thinking partnerships. These relationships grow stronger when we can be in harness with the people and the processes that truly define your work and your lives.

We know and appreciate that we work with smart people, and that innovation and generative thought are not the domain of solo practitioners—they depend on two-way communication, deep engagement, and what we call “listening in” to a client’s world to notice key aspects of the situation and environment. Our work together results in transformational change that moves organizations toward better performance, while sustaining their distinctive culture and values. CFAR is proud to work with organizations across a broad spectrum of industries. paper plane icon

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Family Enterprises and Owner-Led Businesses

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Healthcare

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Higher Education and Research

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Non-Profits

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