Articles for consultants to watch trends, improve strategy, and manage the lifestyle
Have you ever faced off with a client that is trying to teach you how to do your job? For the veteran with 20 years experience, it wouldn’t be too hard to show the client who’s boss. But when you’re a 20-something consultant new on the scene, the task might not be so easy. How can you establish your credibility nonetheless?
7 tips to help you make it through your first three to six months so you can go on to build a profitable business you can enjoy for years to come.
In this interview, Peter Sheahan discusses forming innovative strategies, making better proposals, and motivating your clients and your team.
It would be wise to understand the mechanics of why feedback often fails to obtain its primary objective (to improve performance or effectiveness).
Here are the reasons why you should consider inviting the client’s employees to contribute, and how to make the partnership work
A fundamental change is quietly but most assuredly taking place in the American workplace: the balance of power is shifting from employers to professionals who work contingently.
Here are eight business strategies that can help any independent contractor build their business and position themselves for victory in a competitive market.
Here are some situations to be aware of and avoid or deal with more productively.
A sporting lifestyle is a good way to keep us from falling out of shape.