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The Consultant's Quick Start Guide: An Action Plan for Your First Year in Business - Elaine Biech

The Consultant's Quick Start Guide: An Action Plan for Your First Year in Business

The Consultant's Quick Start Guide: An Action Plan for Your First Year in Business

3.5 4 5 Author: Elaine Biech Narrator: Leslie Howard
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An action plan for working as a consultant

Management consulting is a $250 billion industry and growing at a rate of over four percent annually. Many predict that more than 40 percent of the U.S. workforce will soon be contingent, freelance, or consulting members of the workforce-making this book more relevant than ever.

Individuals become independent consultants out of necessity or preference: necessity because they lost their job or the company offered an attractive exit package; preference because they want a career change, more control over their time, or an enriched, varied work situation. Consulting also appeals to the Millennial workforce who are searching for careers that offer a good salary as well as meaningful work. The New Consultant's Quick Start Guide:

- Serves as a companion to The New Business of Consulting

- Provides you with a place to plan your transition into consulting

- Helps you identify your niche, develop a business plan, charge what you're worth, and create a marketing strategy to ensure a steady stream of clients

- Prepares you for changes you will encounter beyond your professional life, including social, family, and financial aspects
Language: English Category: Economy & Business Translator:

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Publisher: Gildan Media
Published: 2019-07-30
Length: 4H 54Min
ISBN: 9781469073460
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