Becoming Your Client's Favorite Consultant
The author defines the profession of consulting with the perspective and business strategy of performing as a professional helper. The nine chapters explain the essence of good consulting and the ingredients necessary at every stage to move any consulting project forward toward a successful outcome.
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Finding the Avenue That Is Right for You
Acquiring the Projects
Proposals Work Agreements and Contracts
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