The holidays are not only a busy time of year in your personal life, but also as a consultant. There may be many end-of-year quotas to fill, unaccomplished goals to reach, and last-minute changes to execute. Despite all that, it's possible to conquer this busy time of year and come out thriving and successful.
As a consultant you’ll probably find yourself working as an external evaluator to a business. A company will hire the services of a consultant to have an outside perspective on things such as how the business is performing, how the staff are interacting, whether the company is on target for projected revenue outcomes, or what the problems may be that are hindering any of these successes.
Ah, Daylight savings time. A blessing and a curse. For consultant’s, it’s an important hour to take advantage of. On November 4, 2018 when the clock falls an hour behind, we have sixty extra minutes to use as we please.
A major part of standing out as an independent consultant is learning how to effectively market your services. Don’t waste your money on ineffective campaigns and expensive pay-per-click ads. Here are the steps to building a powerful and cost-conscious marketing plan.
A layoff can feel like a huge career setback. But that’s not always the case. In fact, getting laid off might be the push you need to really get your professional life off the ground.
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Independent consultants are pursued by clients for subject matter expertise demonstrated through their project history and work experience. But as you’re beefing up your resume, don’t underestimate the value of continuing education and certifications.
Independent contracting is a growing trend across all industries, and consulting is no exception. This week, we’re taking a look at some of the market trends that have made contracting a more sustainable option for companies and independent workers alike.