COVID-19 had turned the business world upside-down. Many organizations have laid people off and are trying to figure out how – and if – they will bring people back. This could potentially help the consulting industry.
For many, the term consultant conjures up images of an expert on his or her own. They hop from client to client and may manage multiple accounts at the same time. The truth is they are not always on their own.
The ultimate goal of consulting is to become the client’s trusted advisor. The most certain way to get to that state is to constantly ensure that you are providing client satisfaction.
Any consultant who has been in the industry for a fair amount of time has experienced a difficult client. Knowing how to deal with it is a critical skill for success.
It is important to develop a good relationship with your clients. One of the key components of that is making a good first impression.
In the effort to become a client’s trusted advisor, expectation setting with the client is one of the most important things the consultant can do to achieve that goal.
It would be great if everyone was just as perfect as you and me. Unfortunately, there are difficult personalities we have to deal with. We will discuss five of those personalities and how to deal with them.
Whether you are a consultant or not, in this economy there is a high likelihood that you may be out of a job. Consulting is one of the most transient careers. Because of that, if you are a consultant looking for a job, this is probably not your first rodeo. Most...
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