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Geoffrey Matthews


Role and Company

Senior Staff Management Development Consultant, Retired


30 years experience in consulting


Waynesville, NC

About Geoffrey

A successful career in designing and facilitating interventions and programs that resulted in greatly improved team and senior management performance. This was carried out in a variety of industries including electronics, bio-medical, automotive accessories and industrial connectors. It also required me to work and live in countries such as England, Canada, Holland and the USA while carrying out global responsibilities necessitating extensive travel.

Now retired I enjoy occasional engagements coupled with woodworking, photography and reading philosophy and such.

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Geoffrey's Recent Answers

4 years ago

being institutionalized and the lack of experience on paper

As others have said - thank you for your service. I think your request for guidance deserves an in depth...

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4 years ago

Resume/Cover Letter Review Requested - Tesla Opening

As we say and mean here - thank you for your service. I would be glad to review and comment...

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5 years ago

Looking to transition in to Management Consulting. (Masters of Business Degree)

Alex, Thank you for your service. Would like to see if I can help you with resume et al as...

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5 years ago

I am confused as I have two degrees in engineering ( BT , AS ) as well as 15 years related experience including 6 in the military. On every interview I am told not enough education or experience. What can I do now.

Eric, thank you for your service and my empathy in what must be a frustrating experience for you. There is...

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